March 27, 2020
We're Staying Active, Safe & Healthy
We are continuing to do everything we can to keep your loved one safe and healthy during the challenges presented to us by COVID-19. We are also going well beyond basic health and safety and are looking out for the emotional well-being and quality of life of every resident. We have been working to provide as many opportunities as possible for your loved one to stay active and engaged in new ways. So hold onto your hat as you read about the whirlwind of activities we have designed!
Weekly Magazine
We are publishing a weekly magazine chock full of content, much of which will be created by our residents. Your loved one will have the opportunity to write articles, poems, journal entries with photos, and essays to include.
Carts on Wheels
We are making the rounds with a variety of carts – a library cart, gift shop cart, and yes, even a happy hour cart.
Puzzling Challenges
We are providing packets of activities that include crossword puzzles, Sudoku, Whacky Wordies, and more.
Bonkers for Bingo
We are holding a variety of weekly contests, such as Distance Bingo. Residents have received bingo boards and we announce numbers every day at mealtimes. Lucky winners call their activities leader by phone to holler out “BINGO!”
Croon A Tune and 1:1 Fun
Sing-alongs are held in the hallways, and residents are encouraged to join in from their doorways. Additional activities include pen pals within the building, 1:1 manicures, crafts, and time outdoors. We've also asked residents for their ideas about ways we can entertain them that would make them happy.
Mail Delivery
Girl Scouts and other member of the community are sending fun drawings and letter to residents. The CDC, the World Health Organization, as well as the Surgeon General have indicated that there is currently no evidence that COVID-19 is being spread through the mail. Click here to read more information from the US Postal Service .
Ways To Stay Connected
We know the regulatory guidelines that don’t allow visitors on our campus right now make communication with your loved one much more difficult. Let us know how we can help you stay connected. Here are a few ideas:

Virtual Greeting
Send an e-message. We will print out the message and deliver it. Simply click here to complete our form.


Skype
Our activities coordinators will be in touch to see if you would like to set up Skype video calls. Click here for instructions on how to set up a free Skype account. To connect with us via Skype, here is the information you'll need:

  • Dosberg Manor - dosberg manor, dosbergmanor@outlook.com



  • Rosa Coplon Living Center - Rooms 101-230: Weinberg campus, rosacoplon1@outlook.com; Rooms 231-360: Weinberg Campus2 rosacoplon2@outlook.com
I hope you are pleased with what we are doing to keep your loved one active and engaged, while also focusing on health and safe. We continue to adhere to the latest guidelines provided by local health authorities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Our dedicated staff remain focused on keeping the mind, body and spirit in good health every day.

Please feel free to contact me if I can be helpful in any way.
Bob Mayer, President & CEO