North East Seniors
for Better Living

Serving St. Paul’s Greater Eastside, Maplewood & North St. Paul

Member of the Living at Home Network

NE Seniors wants to see you Walk With Ease!

We have TWO sessions of Walk with Ease at Lake Phalen this summer.

Ongoing health problems can be frustrating. Symptoms like pain or fatigue can get in the way of your everyday activities.

Don’t let your health stop you from doing what you enjoy!

Take charge by signing up for a physical activity program in your community. Learn ways to reduce pain and fatigue, move more easily, and do more of the things that are important to you.

To register for our current session of Walk with Ease, please call our office.

For more information or to register, contact our office at [email protected] or 651-808-1901. 


About Us

NE Seniors provides both professional and volunteer services to help seniors remain in their own homes for as long as possible, and stay safe, healthy, and independent while staying socially involved in our community.

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Get Involved

If you enjoy spending time with elders and would like to help them remain living independently in their own homes on the East Side, we would love to have you join our volunteer team!

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The Memory Cafe

NE Senior’s Memory Cafe is currently on hold. We will update our website as we know more.

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In the News…

NEWSBRIEF: Home maintenance for seniors

North East Seniors for Better Living is expanding their free Home Maintenance Program due to a grant from the Catholic Community Foundation. The Home Maintenance Program offers free small home repairs to seniors living in northeast St. Paul, with the goal of helping more seniors live comfortably and safely at home.

As senior population grows, so does the need for services

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Minnesota’s population of those 60 years and older will grow by 50% between 2012 and 2030. 

On the East Side, senior service nonprofits like East Side Elders and North East Seniors for Better Living are already feeling that growth as they struggle to keep up with helping seniors and their caregivers.