Beechwood Foundation

Beechwood Home Foundation, is a nonprofit 501(c)3 foundation that was formed to perpetuate and support the mission of the home. The Foundation also supports Beechwood Home by cultivating philanthropic support for resident services, facilities, program and technology development, and indigent care.

Much of the Foundation’s work in the past years was the preservation of endowment funds and the funding of capital needs that helped Beechwood Home expand its facility and its services in the 1990’s. Today the Foundation plays a larger part in the support of the overall mission of the organization and provides a much needed bridge between our client’s needs and the sources of reimbursements available. Whether it’s expanding services, physical space or adding adaptive and assistive technology, Beechwood Home’s Foundation continues to partner with our generous donors and grant funders to bring the highest level of care to our Long Term facility. We invite you to join the Foundation in our efforts to improve the health of our Home!

If you would like to become part of the Friends of Beechwood, please go to our ONLINE GIVING section.

 

2015 THE BEECHWOOD HOME FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Mr. Richard D. Oliver, PRESIDENT
Mr. Thomas L Finn
Mr. John Goering
Mr. Grant V. Hesser
Mr. John Lawrence
Mr. James Vance

Welcome to The Beechwood Home!

March 13, 2020

                                       TO: OUR RESIDENTS, FAMILY MEMBERS AND  FRIENDS                                                                          

PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE IN ITS ENTIRETY.

DUE TO ORDER FROM THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WE ARE NOT PERMITTING ANY VISITORS, EXCEPT THOSE VISITING FAMILY MEMBERS WHO ARE RECEIVING CONTINUOUS CARE HOSPICE.  FOR THOSE WITH FAMILY MEMBERS RECEIVING CONTINUOUS CARE HOSPICE, NO CHILDREN 13 AND UNDER ARE PERMITTED IN THE BUILDING UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.FOR THOSE WITH FAMILY MEMBERS RECEIVING CONTINUOUS CARE HOSPICE, THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA MUST BE MET BEFORE ENTRANCE TO THE FACILITY WILL BE GRANTED:

-Answering “no” to all screener questions administered at the Garden Level Entrance

-Presenting federal/state ID as proof of identity

-Providing name, address and phone number into the log book

-Having a temporal scanning temperature reading under 100.4 F

-For the limited number of individuals who will be permitted entrance into the facility, access within the facility will be significantly restricted to going directly to the resident's room and maintaining social distances (6 ft away from others) while in the hallways.  

-We are working to identify a device that will be devoted to assisting with video communication with family during this time.  We will communicate more information about this service as it becomes available.

-For those who do laundry for a Resident or want to drop off personal items, we will be placing carts on the garden level entrance between the doors where items can be dropped off and brought to the floors by staff.  If you need to pick up dirty laundry, please call and we will arrange to drop off the laundry between the garden level entrance doors on a cart.

-All entry will be through the Garden Level entrance.  There will be no admittance through the front 1st floor door as this entrance will be locked until further notice.

-We will be contacting Resident Physician’s to determine if upcoming medical appointments are determined to be medically necessary.  It will be up to a Resident’s Specialty in the community to determine if an upcoming appointment can be delay or if it needs to be attended.

-If your current cell phone number is not enrolled with our Emergency Communication Platform (group text), we strongly advise that you text BWH to 1-760-670-3130.  If you are uncertain about the status of your enrollment, we recommend that you re-enroll. This platform will be used to communicate information to lots of people quickly if needed. 

-Food delivery will not be permitted until further notice.

-Please direct questions regarding this topic to covid-19@beechwoodhome.com.  Members of the Emergency Preparedness committee will be monitoring this inbox and responding ASAP.

Please share this information with family and friends who visit ASAP.

 

Sincerely,

Scot Harmon,                                                              Patricia A. Clark, DM

Administrator                                                              CEO, Administrator