From new campus events to national recognition for providing quality care, revisit our biggest moments from 2019!
Crandall Medical Center began renovations and upgrades to resident en suites. The upgrades reflect a more home-like environment and improve the quality of life for those in our care.
Copeland hosted Caring Transitions for an educational event about the art of right-sized living.
Assisted Living residents celebrated the first day of Spring by hosting Copeland’s first Assisted Living Art Show.
Copeland Oaks hosted the first ever Senior Prom. Mary Lynn Savage and Dave Nieder were crowned Prom Queen and King.
The Copeland Oaks Creative Acrylics Class (COCA) painted chairs that were raffled at the Salem Regional Medical Center Auxiliary’s “Chair-ity Raffle.”
Copeland Oaks hosted our district’s LeadingAge Art and Writing Show. Over 195 pieces of art were submitted and on display.
Copeland Oaks held its 17th annual Golf Scramble fundraising event at Alliance Country Club raising $20,000 for the Life Care Fund. There were 20 teams in attendance.
Copeland Oaks donated $1,700 to local food pantry from proceeds of July’s annual Car Cruise which brought in over 275 cars and thousands of spectators.
“A Spark of Creativity” was the theme for the 2019 National Assisted Living Week which took place September 8-14. Assisted Living residents and staff celebrated the week by becoming “creative” in many planned activities offered.
Newsweek named Crandall Medical Center among Ohio’s Top Three Nursing Homes.
Copeland celebrated Founder’s Day with the Tree of Life Celebration Service. Rich and Jean Yoder were recognized as the first ever couple to receive the Distinguished Service Award.
Rachel Rouse, Copeland Oaks Health Clinic Nurse, and Jesse Cain, Crandall Nurse, were recognized with the Ruth Zealley Award.