When the two volunteers of the newly formed cooking club arrived at Park Crescent Nursing Home a group of residents were assembled at the table eagerly awaiting to participate in another culinary adventure. Two volunteers helped over 15 nursing home residents create their own banana pudding! This was done in the midst of laughter […]
We honored two dynamic women at the Fundraising event on September 21, 2019. Each of them have passed but not without leaving a lasting legacy. Family members for each woman was in attendance to receive the plaques. Mamie invested her heart and many resources into Adopt A Nursing Home Patient. She was a participant in […]
This is only our second fundraiser we have had. The first was a bus ride. You can purchase your ticket online by clicking on the donate button or give a call to Gail Graves, 973-373-7608 or Rosie Horner, 973-517-0846.
We hope you can attend. But if you cannot feel free to donate a ticket for one of our volunteers.
If you missed the training done by Lisa Palmer, RN or just need to review the slides are here. These slides are narrated by Rosie Horner and she does not read each slide so pause and read them for yourself. If you have any questions you can post them and Lisa will answer them for […]
Nursing home residents who had a hobby before they arrived at the nursing home still desire to enjoy the thrill of their hobby. For example, If they were coin collectors, they would enjoy having someone who still collects coins to bring in a collection and talk with them about it. I recently visited Maplewood Hobby […]
Home Depot of Newark, NJ touched the heart strings of everyone from the volunteers of Adopt A Nursing Home Patient to the patients and staff of Alaris Health on 40th Street in Irvington, New Jersey. Mike Butler was our hero as he insured that the items on our wish list ready for distribution. A few […]
Excited and preparing for upcoming group event at local nursing home called “Bloom Where You are Planted”. Volunteers Dawn Hillman and Patrina Hillman plus others will work with residents to spark their creativity through storytelling, painting demo and coloring session. The coloring page was done by Raymond Horner Jr. and will be a blank of the image here. The visible crack […]
There are times when all of us crave time to be alone for reflection and that good old “me” time. Yet too much alone time can lead to depression and other issues. But if you are a nursing home resident dealing with health issues a lack of social interaction and support can accelerate the reality […]