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Vintage Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Becky ~ February 2, 2021 ~ Blog Love: 0

According to a September 2020 AARP report, experts, resident advocates, and those with loved ones on the inside long term care facilities say that the COVID lockdown is fueling a mental health crisis that’s amplifying the devastating impacts of the pandemic on the long-term care industry. Even before the pandemic, social isolation and loneliness were

Vintage Dental & Vision Voucher Programs

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One recipient of Vintage Dental & Vision Voucher Programs recipient recently had an abscessed molar that they did not want to have pulled. This person was missing molars on both sides of the mouth, so this molar is crucial to being able to chew. Due to underlying health issues, the abscessed molar put this person

Vintage In-Home Services Program

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One recipient of the In-Home Services Program stated this year that “having been a caretaker for elderly before, I know how important it is for people to stay in their own homes. Without finding this would be impossible. I would like to stay in my home and without these resources, it would be nearly impossible.”

Vintage Transportation Voucher Program

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One recipient who uses the Transportation Voucher Program for mileage reimbursement has a health condition which limits the type of food she eats. Due to her rural location, she has to travel more than an hour each way to purchase food at a grocery store with a larger selection to meet her needs and for

Vintage Caregiver Programs

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One of Summit County’s caregivers recently said that Vintage’s Caregiver Program “…gives us, caregivers, the sense that we are appreciated and support is given for respite. Thank you.”

Vintage Ship Medicare

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One Vintage SHIP counseling recipient said of the program in 2020, “I needed to have my heart medication refilled. It was in January and the co-pay for the medicine was more than I could afford. The organization that I contacted paid the co-pay and I was able to get my heart medicine, keeping me from