Wednesday, April 29, 2020
The Elms is very grateful to Justin Levine and Maker Nexus for donating their time and talent to make sure our Residents and Staff are safe during this time.
We are forever grateful for our local volunteer heroes who have helped us in such a difficult time.
Below are some of our staff wearing their face shields they provided our team.
If you post on social media, please tag #maker_nexus on Twitter.
Thank you again to our fantastic volunteers.
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
One way Residents are keeping their spirits up by staying connected with family and friends.
Please take some time to enjoy these precious moments.
Bill was all smiles taking to his family.
Gene was happy to connect with his granddaughter and great grandson.
Shirley loves connecting with her family.
Bill's grandson sang him a song.
Staying connected with our Friend and Current Events Leader Carol
Sue is so happy to talk with Carol weekly.
Caroline loves to talk about her family with Carol.
Helen loves to discuss books and poetry with Carol.
Our Memory Care is staying connected with Families too.
We love how Bob interacts with daughter.
At 103 years young Bob finds this Amazing!!!
Frances talking to her family.
Carol wanted to reach out and touch her family.
Mercedes was all a giggle with her family.
Thank you to all of the families and friends taking advantage of the video chats and keeping their loved ones connected.
Monday, April 20, 2020
People from around the world filled out an online form through Health for the World to send a message of hope to our Residents sheltering in place.
We hope everyone will take the time to send their message to others who are sheltering in place at this time.
Please enjoy some of the picture of our Residents faces when they receive them.
Bessie had a few words to share
Thank you Health for the World for keeping our spirits up during this time.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
During this time we are happy to keep families connected to each other through technology.
Please enjoy some of the pictures of families using technology to connect.
Hope you have enjoyed the ways we are keeping our Residents connected.
Thank you and take care!!!
Friday, April 10, 2020
The Elms would like to take a moment to thank all our local volunteers who have made masks for our staff and residents. We would like to thank Angela, Sheryl, Carmen, Lindsay, Jim and Andrea to name just a few who have worked hard for our community to keep us safe.
Sending big virtual hugs to our our wonderful volunteers.
Peninsula MultiFaith Coalition came by on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to sing for our Residents. They also made cards and bouquets of flowe...
Zoe, a fifth grader from San Carlos Charter Learning School , had a project idea and literally ran with it. She wanted to complete 10,000 s...
The staff in our Memory Program does an excellent job keeping our residents active during the day. We hope you enjoy these moments that we ...