Senior Solutions supports and oversees 13 home-delivered Meals on Wheels Programs and 29 community meals sites provided by local community partners. During this past year, more than 4,700 area seniors relied on these programs – programs which involve a large network of cooks, packagers, delivery drivers, and others.
Read about a variety of programs classes and updates for our older Vermonters and their caregivers.
On the Springfield Area Public Access (SAPA) program called Puggy’s Corner, host Puggy Lamphere interviews the the Community Relations Director of Senior Solutions Joann Erenhouse about the various programs that they offer and the state of Vermont offer to all of its senior citizens.
Senior Solutions is closing at 4:30 PM on Thursday, December 24th and re-opening on Monday the 27th of December.
Three of our own volunteer visitors in Southeastern Vermont are the spokespersons giving their reasons for getting vaccinated.
The piece was produced through Crow Creative with Covid funding provided to the Vermont Association for Area Agencies on Aging (V4A) through the Vermont Department of Aging and Independent Living.
We are all entering an exciting and stressful time of year. No matter what our backgrounds are or what we believe, many of us will enjoy festivities and the company of those we love. For some, though, the holidays may stir feelings of loss, making it tough to embrace the spirit of the season. It can be a very complicated couple of months. One thing we all have in common is that memories tend to come flooding back.
Two local organizations – Senior Solutions and the Chester-Andover Family Center – have come together to launch a campaign to ensure that 100% of the residents of those towns are both food and fuel secure as we enter the winter months. This is to be accomplished through an intense, community-based, collaborative effort designed to reach each household in the two towns with clear, concise information through trusted communication channels as to the availability of resources, and to assist them in participating, applying and obtaining these benefits.
Senior Solutions receives $1 for every “Give Back Where it Counts” reusable bag purchased in December at the Shaw’s in Springfield Vermont.
Senior Solutions held its annual meeting via Zoom on October 27, 2021.
Please join us for the 24 th Annual Successful Aging Awards. (Nominees needed. Deadline is October 6th.) To accommodate our many community partners and friends, and in accordance with current coronavirus guidance, Senior Solutions will present this year’s Successful Aging Awards via Zoom. We hope you will join us remotely to celebrate successful aging in Vermont.
Senior Solutions is asking for your assistance in the process of looking for nominees for our twenty-fourth Annual Successful Aging Award. As a key leader in your community, we hope that you will either consider nominating someone or pass the nomination form to others in your community for their consideration. The Successful Aging Award recognizes the accomplishments of an older adult who is at least 80 years old and lives in Windham or Windsor County.
Join Senior Solutions’ Sarah Tilden, Benefits Access Specialist for a free Intro to Medicare Class on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 4:30pm to 6pm at the Neighborhood Connections, Routes 100 & 11 in Londonderry, VT. Attend virtually via Zoom or in person. Register online here. Fill out the “Register for an Event” section and you […]