Bethany St. Joseph Corporation’s Gallery
2017 Iverson Freking Ecumenical Recognition Award Honorees
Bill Hoel, Maureen Freedland and Rev. Curtis Miller celebrated during the honors luncheon at the Radisson Hotel in January.
Staff Milestones for BSJ Care Center were celebrated in January with Board President Kara Burgos and Executive Director Craig Ubbelohde.
Staff Milestones were celebrated at a Staff Anniversary Luncheon at Piggy’s on Front in La Crosse. Pres Kara Burgos, Exec Dir Craig Ubbelohde, and Admin Marissa Janke celebrated with staff.
Avalon at BSJ Care Center is a designated memory care unit. It is a place of support and understanding for persons with memory care needs. The 24-hour skilled nursing care is in
a comfortable, safe environment where the focus is on the current abilities of the person.
BSJ Corporation is out and about in 3 counties and 6 communities around the Coulee Region. The corporation serves meals to several senior housing facilities using noticeable, efficient, PT Cruisers.
Transportation Updated at Onalaska Care Center with the mini-bus style van that is used to transport residents to local medical facilities.
BSJ Care Center’s Gallery
BSJ Care Center Staff celebrate milestones of service at a lunch with Admin Larry Pupp, Exec Dir Craig Ubbelohde and Board President Kara Burgos in January at Piggy’s on Front. Supervisors were also in attendance to pay special tribute to their employees.
BSJ Care Center’s “Forget-Me-Nots” team raised funds for the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk. Thanks to the staff for the leadership on the project!
Residents are escorted to beautiful Riverside Park for boat watching and fresh air.
Oktoberfest Visitors Liven the Avenues for the residents of BSJ Care Center during a toe tapping, beer toasting, and singing celebration. BSJ Corp’s former Board President, Sue Schultz, is the 2007 Mrs. Oktoberfest (2nd from left).
Certified Nursing Assistants pay special attention to residents.
A resident shares a moment with staff nurse, Kayla.
Marinuka Manor’s Gallery
New parking lot and front door entry access project was completed in August. The changes are received well by visitors and staff.
The Therapy Dog Program adds special companionship.
Outings include time along the Mississippi River in the summer. Marinuka Manor assists residents to keep active and involved in the community.
Marinuka Manor and Eden House Apartments welcome you.
Eden House Apartments are conveniently located next to Marinuka Manor. Tours available.
Rehab services offer ambulatory skills, safety training, strengthening, and individually designed exercises.
Norseland Nursing Home’s Gallery
Animal-assisted Therapy has a variety of benefits: reducing loneliness, providing comfort and emotional support. Animals are present almost every day! Here is a miniature rooster!
Intergenerational Programming always brings back fond memories of raising children.
The Westby Syttende Mai Royalty paid a visit to Norseland Nursing Home in their beautiful traditional outfits. Community Visitors promote connections to the community.
Many hands make light work, Norseland residents complete several volunteer projects for local organizations to continuing giving back and being a part of their community.
Intergenerational Connections are planned with the Westby Schools, Westby Daycare Center, and Local Church Youth Groups. “Grandbuddies” and residents work on projects and play games together; fostering fun, energy and learning.
Skilled Nursing Services offer comfort and friendships besides treatments and medical related services for Norseland Nursing Home’s residents.
Onalaska Care Center’s Gallery
Volunteers play an important role in the residents’ lives.
The residents and staff enjoy the fruits of labor as volunteers put their magic touch on some tasty treats. Many opportunities for volunteering are available by contacting the Vol. Coordinator
Staff of OCC have fun celebrating 2015 Anniversaries with a lunch
hosted by Executive Director Craig Ubbelohde, Board Pres Kara Burgos, Admin Marissa Janke and their supervisors at Piggy’s on Front.
Onalaska Care Center view from the north.
Onalaska Care Center is fundraising for its second TrioBike as part of the Cycling Without Age program. Demonstrating the TrioBike are Marissa Janke and Joey Roberts. Donations are being accepted now.
June Schaub, Nursing Secretary, takes a restaurant-styled order as part of the Resident Choice Meal Plan.
On the job service dog, Chevy, assists Laura in her daily duties as a certified nursing assistant. Chevy is trained by the local organization called Paws 4 Independence.
Community Services Housing & Program’s Gallery
Community Services Staff celebrate their 2015 milestone anniversaries with Board Pres Kara Burgos, Exec Dir Craig Ubbelohde, & Admin Karen Sepich (l). Patty Roberts, Supr, with Kathy Wagner, Arlene Harris (Supr & honoree), and Heather Faherty.
Enrichment Activity at Shelby Terrace Assisted Living. The tenants of Shelby Terrace with the help of staff performed a play for the public called Almost Murder. You never know what can happen when former classmates reunite.
Mill St. Manor of West Salem, WI opened its doors in June 2010 for independent seniors. In June 2011, it expanded services as an assisted living facility. For a tour, call 608-786-2440. No-obligation
application is available under the “Senior Housing” page of this
Laurel Manor, an assisted living facility in Onalaska, WI, offers the convenience of an one floor layout and is conveniently located near Onalaska Care Center for outpatient rehab services.
Shelby Terrace assisted living is located at 2525 Shelby Road, La Crosse, WI. It is located conveniently near the south side Shopko and Shelby Mall, restaurants, banks, schools, and bus stop.
Prairie Home Assisted Living tenant, Belva Greene, celebrates Oktoberfest with music and a Grenadier.
Prairie Home Assisted Living tenant hugs an alpaca visitor from the Double D Ranch of Onalaska. Photo courtesy of the La Crosse Tribune.
Prairie Home of Holmen, WI is a unique combination of Assisted Living apartments and Independent Senior apartments. The facility faces the beautiful bluffs that the northern Holmen area offers. Tenants say, “We love living here.”
West Salem’s housing option for seniors affords a beautiful entry off Lewis Street. Salem Terrace’s quality and affordability is unique to the Coulee Region. Tenants enjoy a view of strawberry picking at Jolivette’s Berry Farm across the road.