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About Eyleen Braaten
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Eyleen Braaten contributed a whooping 12 entries.
Entries by Eyleen Braaten
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A recent article by Giving Voice Board Member Barbara Greene, MPH, was published in the Sept-Oct edition of Minnesota Medicine, a publication of the Minnesota Medical Association. Read the full article here.… Read more
CBS This Morning aired a wonderful story about Giving Voice and the Love Never Forgets concert. View the piece here.… Read more
Classical MPR features the new work from Victor Zupanc and Louisa Castner. Read the full article here. … Read more
Resounding Voices is bringing joy to singers in Rochester, MN. Check out the KIMT3 News report.… Read more
When I was in second grade, my classroom visited a nursing home to play bingo. The morning of the visit, my friend confided that she was nervous that the residents living with dementia or other memory loss would ask her repetitious questions. … Read more
I am Edie Weinstein, a ninth grader at Visitation School, and an author of a new children’s book about dementia called Grandpa and Lucy. I wrote this book to educate young people about dementia. I am a Saint Paul native, and one of my favorite things in the world is spending time with my family.… Read more
We want to hear how you bring renewed purpose, learning, friendships, and just plain happiness to the lives of people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Write with stories of joy, sadness, and all the emotions in between. We would love to hear from you!… Read more
Giving Voice recently was featured in an interview on Performance Today, America’s most popular classical music radio program.
Host Fred Child talked with Giving Voice’s two co-founders, Mary Lenard and Marge Ostroushko and was aired on nearly 300 public radio stations across the country and reach approximately 1.2 million weekly listeners.… Read more