Since March, Stoney River assisted living and memory support residents, like so many other seniors across the country, have sheltered in place, while the senior living community’s team adapted nearly every aspect of care delivery in the wake of COVID-19. Today relief is in sight with Stoney River in Phase 1A of Wisconsin’s vaccine prioritization… Continue Reading Learn Why Some at Stoney River are Ready to Roll-up their Sleeves for the Vaccine
Stoney River’s memory support professionals understand the challenges—all too well—that family caregivers face, especially those caring for a loved one with memory loss. There are highs and lows that come with supporting a person who has Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia. Caregivers often say that they feel like they are on an emotional… Continue Reading A Valuable Resource for Dementia Caregivers
This year’s presidential election is not older adult Americans’ “first rodeo” so to speak. Seniors have decades of experience exercising their right to vote. This year, however, the coronavirus pandemic has many Americans ages 18 and older re-thinking how they are going to vote. The good news is that there are safe and convenient voting… Continue Reading Cast Your 2020 Vote…Your Way!
Enjoy a win-win when you order a fresh-grilled brat for lunch and, in doing so, help fund a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Stoney River is hosting a BRATWURST SALE Thursday, August 6, from 11am to 1pm with proceeds from the sale going toward the senior living community’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s team. Stoney River is… Continue Reading Calling All Sausage Lovers!
Not being able to see family members has been one of the biggest challenges Stoney River residents faced while sheltering in place due to COVID-19. Fortunately, restricted visits implemented in mid-March helped to keep our residents and team members safe, and now, at long last, Stoney River’s patio is open for family visits! “We are… Continue Reading Welcome Back Families!
There have been a lot of questions regarding what the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling yesterday means for our communities. The Court’s ruling focused on the economy, people returning to go back to work and businesses needing to reopen. While there is controversy around this decision, our number one priority remains the same: the safety and… Continue Reading COVID-19 Update In Light of Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruling
Relax with meditation and chair yoga at February’s memory café. Local exercise instructor Christine Tremelling-Jensen will show you how to put yourself first this Valentine’s season with an ultimate soothing mind and body experience. Join us Wednesday, February 12, from 10:30am to Noon at Zion Methodist Church, 2106 N. Peach Street, Marshfield. RSVP to Nikki… Continue Reading Valentine-themed Memory Café
John Joswiak was a member of a crew that sunk one–and possibly a second–German submarine in the Pacific. Merlin Baur served as a machine gunner with “The Hellcats” in Germany, and after the war ended, had the memorable experience of attending the Nuremberg trials. Both World War II veterans live at Stoney River and will… Continue Reading Veterans Day Ceremony and Stories of Service
Stoney River’s recent leadership changes ensure that Marshfield area older adults and their families have access to quality assisted living and memory support led by forward-thinking professionals close to home. Stoney River Executive Director Sarah Krenn’s recent promotion from Lifestyle Specialist, a role Krenn held at Stoney River for six years, provides a continuity of… Continue Reading Stoney River Leaders Bring the Joy
Roasting marshmallows and enjoying a cocktail or mocktail on the patio is a casual and fun way to sample the Stoney River senior living lifestyle firsthand. The Stoney River patio is open to guests on Tuesday, August 6, at 6pm at the assisted living and memory support community, located at 1204 W. McMillan Street, Marshfield,… Continue Reading Get a Taste of the Stoney River Lifestyle