Schofield provides skilled nursing services, adult day health care services and home health care services.
Schofield's volunteers are as varied as the individuals we serve. Homemakers, retirees, students and professionals devote their time and talents to all of our programs. Individuals who are 15 or older are encouraged to apply.
Volunteers can offer their time weekdays or weekends, during the day or in the evening, at a time which accommodates both their schedules and the needs of Schofield Residence. We ask our individual volunteers to commit to a minimum of 50 hours per year.
We realize that life is hectic and many people can only volunteer on a minimal basis. Schofield is open to partnerships willing to provide this valuable community service. Often groups sponsor BINGO parties for our residents, help with craft projects, assist with concerts and other inter-generational opportunities.
Mission: Founded in 1910, the Schofield Residence is committed to providing the highest quality health care services to the elderly and disabled in the Western New York community.
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