Azura Memory Care of Oshkosh features hallways that are out of the ordinary. These hallways, or purposeful destinations, are designed to capture the attention of anyone walking through them. In this way, our Oshkosh assisted living residents feel invited to not only admire the decorations of each destination, but to interact with them – taking them back to a time when they used to go to school, garden in their backyard, quilt, or even be reminded of their wedding day.
Recently, the Oshkosh School District donated a chalk board and a few world maps that are now displayed as a purposeful destination, called “School House”. Residents enjoy writing on the chalk board and some even do a few math problems, just like in the old school houses.
Another destination, “Putting the Pieces Together” includes a beautiful quilt, donated by the Wisconsin Warmers quilting group, a teddy bear, and balls of yarn.
Come see and feel for yourself how these purposeful destinations are helping our residents be reminded of a mosaic of memories at the Azura Memory Care of Oshkosh Open House, February 7, 2013 from 2pm-6:30pm. Azura Memory Care of Oshkosh is located at 2220 Brookview Court, Oshkosh, WI 54904. Contact David Chapman, Executive Director, or Chelsea Sievert, Director of Community Relations, at 920-426-9900 for more information.
"We want to thank you for the loving special care you took of our mother, Diane. It was truly mom's home and you all became part of our family. Everything was home for her....from the beautiful rooms, large sunny windows all around, good food made with love, fun and personal activities from people who really loved our mom. We would highly recommend your facility to anyone. The staff from the director, to the doctor, to the nurse, to the caregivers and the maintenance man were all extremely helpful, caring, loving and professional. There are not enough words to say how much we appreciate all of you. Your exceptional care, kindness, and love were beyond anything we could have imagined. You were part of our family, and we will miss you." - Gail Sommers and Deborah Guse