Wellness Programs at Copeland OaksMental and Physical Wellness in Retirement
Achieving Wellness with Copeland Oaks
At Copeland Oaks, we encourage an active retirement. We’re a faith-based community that embraces holistic health. We believe whole-person health includes fitness of mind, body and soul. The truth is that getting active not only adds years to your life, it can add life to your years.
As a senior, physical health is more important than ever. Even if you’ve lived a sedentary life, beginning a fitness routine has proven to reap significant benefits — for mind and body.
- Reduce your risk of illness and chronic disease — exercise boosts your immune system and digestive function, lowers blood pressure, builds bone density, helps manage diabetes and obesity, lowers your risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, and certain cancers.
- Improve your mobility, flexibility, and balance — strength training can also help alleviate symptoms of chronic conditions like arthritis.
As with any exercise regime, consult your doctor first, to determine the best and safest activities for you.
The Wellness Center & Exercise Classes
We encourage our residents to discover what they enjoy and take it at their own pace. Find everything from strength training to light aerobics to yoga to dance and much more.
At Copeland Oaks, our Aquatics Program includes aqua aerobics, aquacise, water workouts, lap swimming, open swim sessions, synchronized swimming, water volleyball, water polo, swimming lessons and a number of fun-filled pool parties.
Walking Trails & Opportunities to be in Nature
Hiking is a wonderful activity at Copeland Oaks — for mind, body and spirit. Spending time in nature is clearly beneficial for your physical health, but it’s proven to improve your mental health too. You’ll find that Copeland Oaks is conveniently located near some beautiful hiking trails:
Located in the village of Sebring, you’ll find floodplain forest and wooded wetlands.
Take a leisurely stroll around the pond, go fishing, feed the ducks and embrace the serenity of Silver Park in Alliance, Ohio.
Iron Horse Trailhead
This historic wooded trail once connected Alliance and Minerva by railway.
Pine forest, open meadows and an Eagle Observation Deck make this destination an unforgettable experience.
Your health and wellness is our primary concern, that’s why our onsite clinic is here to serve you — offering quality care, 24/7– staffed by healthcare practitioners and physician specialists who are better able to offer convenient, patient-focused care.
Transportation To and From Doctors Appointments
We understand that access to reliable transportation to doctor visits is vital. Getting to and from medical, dental and vision appointments is easy and convenient with the transportation team at Copeland Oaks.
At Copeland Oaks, not only can you better define your own identity, we offer many opportunities to share your faith in practical ways — within our diverse and vibrant community.
At the Chapel at Copeland Oaks you will find friends to encourage you in your walk of faith. We embrace people of all walks, support many denominations and welcome you to our uplifting worship services. Join us for a time of reflection and spiritual rejuvenation.
Vesper Services & Bible Classes
At Copeland Oaks, we learn and grow in faith through worship services, community fellowship and bible classes.
Beyond physical benefits, an active lifestyle has been proven to have a positive impact on mental health and wellbeing — strengthening social ties, maintaining your independence and improving cognitive function.
Activities Around Campus
You’ll find clubs, activities and events to intrigue everyone at Copeland Oaks. Our wooded campus features scenic walking trails and a well-stocked bass fishing lake. Take advantage of our wellness center, aquatic center, and fitness room — where you’ll find exercise classes that are as fun as they are beneficial.
Spend time doing what you enjoy most at our creativity center, woodworking shop, game rooms, computer lab and activity areas give you the opportunity to either by yourself or with a group. Our beauty/barber shop, sundries and gift shop, library, chapel, and three dining venues are just minutes from your residence. And onsite transportation makes it easy to go on shopping trips and attend special events.
Connecting with the community is an important way for seniors to stay socially engaged. There are countless ways to get involved in the local community — from participating in civic groups to supporting charitable organizations to serving within faith-based communities to volunteering with educational institutions. We welcome you to take full advantage of every opportunity to stay mentally, spiritually and physically fit. That’s why we offer a holistic plan of whole-person care. We invite you to come and experience our campus for yourself.
You have to see it to appreciate it
We encourage you to visit and meet our residents in person.
To schedule a visit, please call 330-938-6126.