The parking lot of Copperleaf Schofield Memory Care looked quite a bit different on August 11th this year as Schofield Memory Care and Schofield Assisted Living held their first annual Copperleaf Carnival. The blacktop was filled with tables full of cotton candy, hotdogs, nachos and other tasty treats while the (more)
For many of us the idea of driving means liberation and independence. Therefore, knowing when it is time for us to stop may take the help of others. While advanced age alone is not a factor of poor driving, age does play its role. Advanced age does increase the risk for decline in areas such as eyesight, reaction time, memory, and physical mobility. All of which are essential skills for the safe driver.
Aging into older adulthood, people acquire a decreased thirst sensation. Meaning the amount of water they desire, is less than the amount of water they require to be hydrated. Being hydrated is a temporary state, staying hydrated takes a greater level of watchfulness. This watchfulness may become diminished as one graduates into older adulthood. Coming with it a slew of other complications ranging from medication side effects to lack physical mobility.
It is not fully understood how relationships affect our overall well-being. However, it is suggested that we can reduce the risks of cognitive decline if we maintain close social relationships. Additionally, it is highly suggested that people have a higher risk of developing cognitive impairment such as dementia if they live isolated and alone.
Assisted Living Vs. Nursing Home The Core Differences Many people use these terms interchangeably, however there are core differences between the two. What it boils down to, are the specific health needs of an individual. However, knowing these specific needs can be a challenge. While no amount of literature can substitute calling (more)
During this second week of October, fire safety, prevention, and awareness are recognized at the National level. Copperleaf Management is proud to acknowledge our care providers as meeting the qualifications required by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to complete CBRF Fire Safety Training. During this training course, taught at our business office by our (more)
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. In an effort to support prevention and aid in the search for the cure, Copperleaf Management Group encourages everyone to get involved and informed this month.
The attached link will take you to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, which was
Welcome to the first work week in October. This month marks the changing of seasons. Copperleaf Management challenges you to turn a new leaf during this change by applying a growth mindset in your work environment.
Everyone knows it takes a positive attitude to have success in any line of work, but is that enough?
You may have noticed that Copperleaf Management has been going through a rebranding process! Over the next several months, this visual design and creative marketing project will continue to be developed and implemented throughout the corporate company and within each of our eight Assisted Living and Memory Care homes.
This rebranding project evaluates the growing experience and quality care, as well as the humble pride that Copperleaf has worked to establish the past 25 years. Without abandoning our principle traditions and philosophies, years of quality service, and the successful reputation associated with the Copperleaf Management Group name, we are excited to announce