Making the Ride Happen
Having trouble finding a ride? Making the Ride Happen is a free service that will pick you up from your home and bring you to our center.
Call 24 hours in advance to schedule a ride: (920) 225-1719
Looking to take the bus? We are along route 11. Click below to view the schedule.
Valley Transit II
Valley transit II helps transport those with special needs. Click below for more information.
Foot Care Clinic
They offer a weekly Foot Care Clinic for all adults. The service is provided by My RN, LLC, specializing in foot care.
- Care provided by nurses and trained staff
- Consent form and health history review completed on first visit
- Clean towels provided; no need to bring
- Please wear or bring a clean pair of socks for after care
- Cost $40 payable by cash, check, or credit card
- Each session lasts 45-60 minutes
- Foot and lower leg assessment
- Relaxing foot bath with Epsom salt
- Toenail clipping and filing with manual instruments (no dremel tool)
- Minimize calluses and corns. treat fungus
- High quality moisturizer applied to foot and lower leg
- Assess footwear and make recommendations as needed
- Referral to primary care physician and/or podiatrist as needed
- Provide written educational materials as needed
To make an appointment call (920) 257-9161
Office for the Blind and Visually Impaired
OBVI provides programs to individuals with disabilities and their families. Serving most of Wisconsin, the programs include Wisconsin Elks/Easter Seals Respite Program and the Self-Employment Program. There is a regional office in Appleton located at the Thompson Center on Lourdes that serves individuals living in Outagamie County. OBVI also provides rehabilitation services to people who are blind or visually impaired. The Appleton location at the Thompson Center on Lourdes services people in Outagamie, Winnebago, Calumet, Manitowoc, Shawano, and Menominee counties.
Contact Jean Kenevan at (920) 831-2090
Options for Independent Living
Options for Independent Living is a non-profit organization committed to empowering people with disabilities to lead independent and productive lives in their community through advocacy, the provision of information, education, technology and related services. It is NOT an assisted living facility. Some services provided are Assistive Technology, Residential Assessments, Medical Assistance Personal Care Program and a durable medical equipment loan program. The majority of the services we provide are at no-cost to the individual.
Easterseals provides programs to individuals with disabilities and their families. Programs include Camp Wawbeek, FARM Program, Wisconsin Elks/Easter Seals Respite Program and the Self-Employment Program. There is a regional office in Appleton located at the Thompson Center on Lourdes that serves individuals living in Outagamie County.
Contact: Jill Gretzinger -or- Naomi Benz at (920) 832-0344