Exercise Through Isolation Challenge Provides Inspiration to Keep Moving
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When another Covid surge shut down Wellness Center classes your Foundation stepped in to offer an exercise challenge to keep us moving
Capitol Lakes Community Read
In 2022 a record 90 Capitol Lakes residents read "The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry" by Gabrielle Zevin.
TWO YEARS LATER: Recognizing the Heroes of 2020 & 2021
Two years ago this month life for all of us changed dramatically. But this anniversary gives us another opportunity to say THANK YOU!
Maintaining Partnerships through Covid: Building Bridges Across Generations
Maintaining a positive partnership with Madison Youth Choirs through Covid was an important way we could give back to our larger community.
One Year Later: In Person Book Groups and Movie Screening Fosters Re-Connection
Roughly one year after shut down nearly the entire Capitol Lakes campus was vaccinated making in person events once again possible.
Virtual Volunteers: Capitol Lakes Residents Continue Service through Covid
Capitol Lakes Residents continued their volunteer service with the Older Adult Project which moved virtual in 2020.
Confronting a Crisis: Capitol Lakes Community Comes Together
The Capitol Lakes community has always been close. Read how they are helping each other during the pandemic.
Work Your Weights: Staying Strong
When the Wellness Center had to close in late 2020 our residents stayed strong in the face of adversity.
Virtual Book Discussion Groups: A Great Way to Connect!
Together, we are enhancing the living experience for all residents during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
Cycling without Age Offers Respite from Isolation
Capitol Lakes' Cycling without Age program offers mobility and freedom especially during this unprecedented time of social isolation.
Providing Excellent Care During the Covid-19 Pandemic
The pandemic has strengthened our resolve to support team members who want to expand their skills in these unprecedented times.
UW-Madison School of Nursing Partnership Engages Memory Care Residents
Fostering partnerships like the one with UW-Madison's School of Nursing has many benefits especially during these difficult days.
What YOU Made Possible in 2020
Watch this short video to see what you made possible across our campus and community in 2020.
Resident Activity Packages Exercise the Body and Mind
During this challenging time, we are working to ensure that our residents have access to engaging activities that exercise the body & mind.
See how you're making a difference.
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