An area plan is a comprehensive overview of the needs that have been assessed and the programs and the services that we have determined are a priority in our efforts to support our aging population. Senior Solutions Area Plan is aligned with the Vermont Department of Aging and Independent Living in creating real solutions to […]
The National Weather Service is expecting dangerously hot and humid conditions for the remainder of this week for most of the state. High humidity could make it feel like 100°F or hotter in some locations. Warm nighttime lows will make it hard for people without air conditioning to keep cool. Poor air quality due to […]
Have you served in the U.S. Armed Services? Do you remember the “Buddy System” in boot camp? Do you know a veteran? Can you spare a few hours a week to spend with another veteran? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, this article is for you. As we grow older we […]
Brattleboro TV featured Joann Erenhouse, Keeping Up with Senior Solutions, talking with Thom Simmons of Senior Solutions about 3Squares, Fuel Assistance, and Meals on Wheels.
Introducing three of Windham and Windsor County’s Senior Center Directors to talk about how they weathered the Covid-19 pandemic shut-downs and what plans they have for re-opening and welcoming aging Vermonters back to in-person activities at the centers. They often resorted to creative ways to provide virtual classes and outdoor exercises when we could not gather indoors. Some had more drastic challenges depending on staffing capabilities. Let’s hear their stories and good news!!
Senior Solutions’ Spring Auction to benefit the agency’s Home Visitor programs raised $1,889. Home visitors are volunteers who support our area’s older citizens by doing everything from picking up groceries and driving them to appointments to providing companionship and making friendly phone calls to reduce their feeling of isolation and loneliness.
The COVID Support VT grant-funded program, with the goal of providing mental health and wellness support for all Vermonters in response to the pandemic, has been extended for an additional six months. This means we can continue to offer services free of charge through mid-December.