Episcopal SeniorLife Communities provides a full range of care and housing options for seniors including skilled nursing, transitional care, assisted living, memory care, hospice, independent living, and affordable housing. In addition, community-based adult day services and neighborhood programs promote wellness to seniors in the surrounding areas of our communities, expanding traditional services and allowing seniors to age in their place of choice. Our ability to adapt to meet the needs of the community for over 145 years makes us one of the most trusted providers of senior care in the Rochester area.
- artificial flowers and/or plastic vases for floral arrangements
- CD players
- CDs, books on tape, relaxation CDs
- containers (large) for gardening
- family recipes, easy
- fishing items: tackle box, tackle, plastic worms, bobbers
- football items
- hats, fancy (men's or women's); straw hats for the sun
- jewelry for Bingo prizes, costume jewelry
- nail polish (new)
- picture frames (8 1/2 x 11 inches or larger) to display artwork on walls
- radios (small) with headphones
- ribbon (spools, large in diameter)
- sandpaper and wood forms, large nuts and bolts
- scrapbook supplies: paper, embellishments, rubber stamps, stamp pads
- Gift Shop Cashier: training provided; no experience required. Flexible hours and days.
- Recreation Assistant: help with programs such as crafts, gardening, outings, discussion groups; and attend community outings. Flexible hours.
- Entertainers and Guest Lecturers: to provide entertainment or educational programs to residents. Flexible hours.
- Transporters: assist residents to and from in-house appointments. Flexible hours.
- Work with senior residents on computers.
- Sunday ushers.
- Accompany seniors on trips.
- Musical performances for seniors.
- Assist with Friday afternoon socials.
- Dog visits.
- Friendly visiting with seniors.
- Push library cart around to seniors who can’t get out.
SPECIAL NEED Volunteer Drivers Needed
Volunteer drivers are the key to independence and safety for our older neighbors who are no longer able to drive. When you give a ride to a medical appointment, grocery store, or pharmacy, you are helping your neighbors live healthier lives. Volunteer drivers can choose a geographic area, set their own hours and attend a one-time training.
Volunteer drivers will receive supplemental accident and liability coverage, as well as mileage reimbursement. Consider volunteering twice a week or once a month to help seniors in the community remain connected to their neighborhood and the resources they need to live active, purposeful, and fulfilled lives.
For more information contact Jennifer Rougeux, ESLC Volunteer Coordinator, at (585) 546-8400 x3160 or email@example.com, or complete an ESLC volunteer application at www.EpiscopalSeniorLife.org/volunteering.asp.