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Posted by:  10:59 PM CST

On Friday, March 27, Copperleaf was gifted 50 personal protective masks from Christ Community Church for our team to use while caring for residents in our Schofield facilities. With the high need for PPEs across the nation, we're incredibly grateful they chose to share with us, and we hope this (more)

Posted by:  4:44 PM CST

It is hard to think of a life without your spouse. They were the person you relied on, someone who welcomed you home after a long day. For elderly adults, losing their spouse can bring on feelings of loneliness and isolation. Coping with a loss can be difficult and overwhelming (more)

Posted by:  3:23 PM CST

The holidays are all about spending quality time with loved ones. This could also be a great time to reconnect and check in on an aging parent or loved one who is living alone. The thought of a parent aging can bring on feelings of anxiety for many adult children, (more)

Sunday 20 October 2019
Posted by:  6:12 PM CST

For individuals dealing with changes or decline in brain function, it is important for them to get the proper care and help that they need and deserve. Copperleaf Senior Living cares about their community and is a facility committed to following a positive approach to memory care. Copperleaf ensures that all (more)

Posted by:  7:27 AM CST

There are many benefits to having a pet, especially for older adults. Having a pet can reduce feelings of loneliness and depression, combat anxiety, reduces blood pressure, increase activeness and so much more. There are many different kinds of animals and different breeds so it’s important to research which would (more)

Tuesday 13 August 2019
Posted by:  3:15 PM CST

Grief is a strong and sometimes overwhelming emotion that someone may feel after a loss. It is the natural and common reaction to the death of a loved one or major life change. It is important to know grief and depression are not the same. Understanding the difference can help (more)

Posted by:  2:52 PM CST

Someone who suffers from Alzheimer’s may experience a withdrawal from things which were once important to them. Such things include hobbies, activities, sports, social activities, events, and friends. Alzheimer’s, the most common cause of dementia, is a progressive disease which causes brain cells to degenerate and die. This in turn, causes (more)

Posted by:  2:16 PM CST

Anyone who owns or has owned a pet in their lifetime knows just how much joy an animal can bring. According to cdc.gov, studies have shown the bond between pets and their owners have lowered stress, increased fitness and energy levels, as well as proven health benefits such as decreased (more)

Posted by:  12:03 PM CST

Making the transition into a new home, lifestyle, and routine can be a stressful life change for elderly seniors moving into an assisted living facility. New friends and social events can make the transition a little easier. In a survey on loneliness and social isolation from the University of Michigan, 8 (more)

Posted by:  8:10 AM CST

As a caregiver for a loved one with dementia, you might be faced with increased levels of stress.This could lead towards anxiety, depression, burnout, or being overwhelmed. Caregivers often spend over 20 hours a week caring for their loved one with dementia.This can be financially, physically, and emotionally straining as well (more)