Last month, the Brattleboro Food Coop and Senior Solutions joined forces in recognition of the two organizations’ common dedication to improving the lives of area residents. The cooperative’s “Commitment to Community” program identifies organizations that exemplify its seventh principle, “Concern for Community.”
Every three years, the Springfield Area Community Collaborative, including Springfield Hospital and Springfield Medical Care Systems, conducts a Community Health Needs Survey for our region. The survey helps inform their plans for improving health care services and other community health initiatives.
The Dartmouth Cancer Center, in collaboration with the American Cancer Society, is sponsoring a series of Thursday evening Zoom seminars during the month of June beginning at 6:00 pm.
There will be a community lunch held at the Black River Valley Senior Center in Ludlow on May 12th.
Senior Solutions is launching the “West River 100%” campaign this month with the goal of ensuring that every household is food and fuel secure. Every household will receive a letter briefly describing on-going programs providing help with food and fuel resources available in these towns.
Susan Triplett, a U.S. Air Force Veteran who serves as the Vet to Vet Program Coordinator for Senior Solutions, will be a featured speaker at the Hartland American Legion’s Dinner from 5pm to 7 pm on Friday, May 20. Susan has a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, and has served as the Vice-President of Women’s […]
Older adults play vital, positive roles in our communities – as family members, friends, mentors, volunteers, civic leaders, members of the workforce, and more.
Senior Solutions has received a Public Health AmeriCorps grant to provide non-medical, in-home services to older adults and adults with disabilities in southeastern Vermont.
At Senior Solutions, every day brings an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of older Vermonters. But May is special because it’s Older Americans month—a time to celebrate the lasting impacts of the Older Americans Act (OAA), which was signed into law in 1965 by President Lyndon Johnson, as part of his “Great Society Initiative.”
If you are age 45 or older, we invite you to take this survey and tell us what’s important to you as you age, share your experiences, and let us know how well our communities are supporting older Vermonters right now.
After a few years of pandemic shut-downs, a number of area congregate meal sites that had closed down are now reopening.
Senior Solutions welcomes the opportunity to celebrate National Volunteer week and give tribute to our volunteers for their part in making our nation a better place.