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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

    The Health and Safety of our persons-served and staff is our highest priority at Olu's Home, Inc. We are closely monitoring the situation. Keep informed by reviewing information at reliable sources, such as: The Minnesota Department of Health: https://www.health.state.mn.us/ The Centers for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/ If you have specific questions about COVID-19, call the [...]

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    Gloria Freeman selected by National Fearless Commerce!

    Gloria Freeman, CEO and Founder of Olu's Home, Inc. was selected to be featured in the third volume of the nationally recognized Fearless Commerce, a book that celebrates Black women business owners! She was selected because she is a bold woman who has been unafraid to push the limits, share your gifts with the world, disrupt the norm and live life on her own terms. We are proud to celebrate her [...]

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    Now Hiring! Direct Support Professional (DSP) Position – Stevens Location in Minneapolis

    Now Hiring! Direct Support Professional (DSP) Position – Stevens Location in Minneapolis (Apply Online>>>) Job Summary Under supervision, Direct Support Professionals (DSP) provide services to adults with Developmental Disabilities, Mental Illness, and/or Chemical Dependency in the residents’ home, ensuring that programs are implemented properly to meet the individual goals of [...]

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    Step Up Youth Employment Program

    Olu's Home participates in the Step Up Youth Employment Program! Step Up Youth Employment Program prepares today’s youth for tomorrow’s careers by recruiting, training and placing nearly 1,400 young people (ages 14-21) in paid internships each year. As one of the nation’s leading youth employment programs, Step Up leverages a collective of more than 200 partners spanning 15 industries and[...]

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    Succeeding in the Workplace

    You've landed a job! Now how do you make sure you live up to your employer's expectations? Follow these recommendations to succeed in your new job and advance in your career. Make sure to learn how to deal with common workplace challenges. Don't forget to brush up on your employability skills. Stick to Your Work Schedule Always be on time to work. Have a backup plan for transportation and[...]

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    Contact Elizabeth Hiatt; Executive Director, ehiatt@olushome.com  7th Street Saint Paul Housing Availability Beautiful Spacious 9 bedroom and 5 bathroom complex provided by Olu's Homes Wheelchair accessible*** Great closet space! Two level basement with Washer and Dryer!! 24 hour staffing for all assistance Light rail/ bus accessible Next to malls and local businesses so no one has [...]

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    Why Is Sleep Important?

    Many people are unaware of how essential it is to get a good night’s sleep on a regular basis. When work or school deadlines arise, many consider staying up late or “pulling an all-nighter” an efficient way to get everything done. However, studies show that this is the worst thing you can do—skimping on sleep can cause concentration problems, drowsiness, and irritable moods that [...]

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    10 Ways to Be a More Thankful Person

    For years, researchers have been publishing studies about the effectiveness of an intervention that produces positive outcomes in nearly every arena of health and wellbeing. They have discovered that it boosts your immune system, lowers blood pressure, makes you feel more optimistic, decreases depression, improves your love life, and helps you cope with even the most life-threatening [...]

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    Enjoy a Safe and Healthy Fall Season

    Get Your Flu Shot Autumn is the start of flu season, and doctors recommended everyone 6 months and older gets vaccinated against the flu. Learn more about flu prevention and the flu vaccine. Have No Fear! Halloween is Here Halloween is a fun-filled time for children, but there are many dangers associated with the holiday unrelated to ghouls, goblins and witches. Parents need to take the [...]

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    Ten Things You Can Do for Your Mental Health

    Try these tips to keep your balance, or re-balance yourself.* 1. Value yourself: Treat yourself with kindness and respect, and avoid self-criticism. Make time for your hobbies and favorite projects, or broaden your horizons. Do a daily crossword puzzle, plant a garden, take dance lessons, learn to play an instrument or become fluent in another language. 2. Take care of your body: Taking [...]

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