Dog Park
Life Enrichment
Operating Fund
Endowment Fund
Dog Park
Life Enrichment
Operating Fund
Endowment Fund


Bellman’s Cart
Available for Elders Moving In or Around the Campus
Bladder Scanner
Used by Nurses to Monitor Bladder Efficiency
Chair for Guests
Comfortably and attractively accommodates Guests in Common Areas
COWS Equipment
Computers On WheelS laptops; Used to chart nurses’ notes and medication administration
Double Deck Full Size Electric Convection Oven
Double Deck, Full Size, Electric Efficient Meal Preparation
Emergency Paging Speaker
Placed in hallways without phones; Used to announce Fire, Elopement and other emergencies
Fencing for Courtyard
Promotes outdoor accessibility within safe environment
Flarts Game Set
Indoor-Outdoor inflatable floor darts for Elders, Grandchildren and Families
Full Body Reclining Massage Chair
Need we say more? Soothes anxious/restless Elders and those who struggle with dementia or insomnia
Giant Yardzee
6 solid wood jumbo dice, large reusable score cards, bucket with lid and marker; indoor-outdoor
Instant Photo Printer
Connects with Phone to produce photos to share with Elders and their Families
iPad Mini
Used by STNAs to chart all Activities of Daily Living of Elders
Jumbo 4-to-Score Game
Indoor-Outdoor fun for Elders, Grandchildren and Families
Kick / Throw Darts Game
Giant 7’x6’ inflatable dart board with four balls that stick to the board; sturdy 12-guage vinyl for indoor-outdoor use
Life Size Baby Dolls
Meant to spark memories and create simple moments of joy for Elders with Alzheimer’s and dementia
Power Lift Chairs
Assists Elders changing positions standing and sitting
Red Zone
Are you ready for some football?!!!! Includes case, target, 4 footballs, scoreboard; indoor-outdoor use
Security Cameras
Improves Safety by observing entire Campus
Updated Kitchen
Convert dry storage area to walk in cooler, using current cooler as freezer, thus providing much needed storage and accessibility
Walkie Talkie
Used by ALL Care Partners to Effectively and Quietly Communicate to each other and respond to Elders’ needs
Warming/ Cooling TPump
Precise temperature controlled water circulates through leak- proof pad, treating muscle and joint pain, arthritis and edema
Wheelchair Transport Bike
Be the front runner as you feel the breezes along the bike path in tandem with an actual bike peddler along behind
Available at all 4 Main Entrances Providing Access for Campus Visitors
Wireless Internet Access
Will improve WIFI internet for all

One of our residents explained it best:

“I would like to see a dog park for my friends Lu and George. They would really enjoy it. They could run and play. Lu even follows me to my apartment on occasion. Maybe it’s the treats I have on hand to share (as her owner permits)!

Also my ‘granddogs’, Moose and Cooper could come and visit more. They are little Boston Terriers. They would love someplace to run and play.”

Keeping busy with fun activities and outings is just a way of life here at the OES Home. Quilting, art show entries, drama club, movie night and tailgating events  are just a few of the many things that we enjoy offering our elders. Our Life Enrichment staff think way outside “the box” – we’ve sailed on a cruise (on campus) and participated in our own Olympics! With your help we keep the fun happening.

Our Christmas Fund is used ensure each elder on our campus receives a Christmas present that has been chosen and placed on their Christmas list by them.

Donations made to the Operating Fund help to offset operating costs necessary to keep making a difference in the lives of our residents.

Donations made to the Endowment Fund are never spent, but rather permanently invested. The earnings on these investments may be used in several ways, including to offset operating costs or capital expenditures and repairs.