Aurora on France is excited to introduce our new Memory Care activity assistant, Julie Anderson. Julie’s journey with Ebenezer began a few years again when she moved her own mother into an Ebenezer community – Cherrywood Point of Roseville. As her mom flourished in her new community, Julie began to get to know its residents, families and staff, including its executive director at the time, Barbara Mekenye. After a time, Barbara offered Julie a job at Cherrywood Point of Roseville and so Julie transitioned from being her mother’s caregiver to being an activity assistant in the memory care neighborhood. Several years later, Julie reconnected with Barbara Mekenye, now executive Director at Aurora on France, and Barbara offered her the Memory Care activity assistant position at Aurora on France.
Previously Julie worked in schools as a kitchen manager. Her background working with kids, her love of crafts and her outgoing yet patient personality make her a perfect fit for the job. Julie says she has never had a bad day working with memory care residents and has learned so much from them. She says, “My days are filled with fun and I always leave work happy.”
Outside of work, Julie is married and has one adult daughter. She is also involved with the local Swedish community – singing in “Cloudberries”, a Swedish women’s choir and playing the violin with a children’s Swedish folk dance group.
You can contact Julie at Aurora on France at 952-848-8888 or by email at email@example.com.
Aurora Senior Living is managed by Ebenezer, Minnesota’s largest senior living operator. Ebenezer is the senior housing division of Fairview Health Services and has 100 years of experience serving older adults.
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