- Formerly called the Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont (name changed in 2011)
- A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN 22-2738766
- Serves residents of Windham and Windsor Counties, approximately.
- Receives funding from individuals, foundations, the State of Vermont, and the Federal government
- One of five Area Agencies on Aging in Vermont
- Provides Older Americans Act services to residents aged 60 and up
- Also works with the families of seniors, and offers support and programs for family caregivers.
- For examples of our services, see www.SeniorSolutionsVT.org
Contact for Senior Solutions main office:
38 Pleasant Street, Springfield VT 05156
Media inquiries should be directed to Executive Director, Carol Stamatakis:
Area Agencies on Aging
- In Vermont, AAAs are non-governmental organizations
- Every town in Vermont is served by one of the Area Agencies on Aging
- See www.VermontSeniors.org for a map and links to of all five of the Area Agencies on Aging in Vermont.
The Senior HelpLine
- Cooperatively run by the five Area Agencies on Aging in Vermont
- Serves all of Vermont
- Toll-free number for Vermont seniors, their families, and their healthcare providers
- Trained staff provide information, referrals, and services
- An Aging & Disabilities Resource Connection partner
Older Americans Act
For more information, see this page hosted by the national Administration on Aging
Our organization was first incorporated in 1985 as Senior Services of Southeastern Vermont, and received 501(c)(3) exempt status in 1986. The name was changed to Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont, Inc. (COASEV) in 1991. For some years COASEV operated case management services, ” Access for the Elderly,” as part of the Windham Regional Commission. In 1996 COASEV became independent from the Regional Commission. In July 2011, we registered the trade name Senior Solutions.