IN NEED OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT?
If you or someone you know needs a wheelchair, cane or some other medical equipment, call The Mountain Valley Health Clinic at 824-6901; The Andover Town Office at 875-2765 or Valley Cares @ Grace Cottage at 365-7190. They have a repository of medical equipment on loan. Also, call them if you want to donate any medical equipment.
MEDICARE BOOT CAMP SCHEDULED
JUNE 21 from 10-Noon
At this free class, Senior Solutions staff will provide unbiased information about the Medicare system. This program is appropriate for anyone who will be signing up for Medicare in the near future. Family members who help elders may also find this class useful.
The program is scheduled at Neighborhood Connections, but please call the Senior Helpline to register at 1-800-642-5119.
SPAGHETTI DINNER June 15th
The 5th Annual Spaghetti Dinner hosted by Jake's Restaurant and Tavern is set! Join us! Click here for more info
Calling all seniors! We are sponsoring a trip to Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts on Tuesday, June 21st. The Betty Boop bus will leave the IGA parking lot at 10am and will return at 5pm.
The itinerary includes a visit to the "Bridge of Flowers", the Glacial Potholes, shopping in the village of Shelburne Falls and lunch at the Foxtown Diner.
There is no charge for transportation. You will just need money for lunch and any shopping. Space is limited, so call 824-4343 today to reserve your seat!
Neighborhood Connections is a community-based organization serving individuals and families in the mountain towns of south-central Vermont, with particular emphasis on those most vulnerable. We respond to community-identified needs with a range of social services and health-related programs, working closely with public and private resources at federal, state and local levels.
Neighborhood Connections is a non-profit organization offering preventative health care, health education and social services. We proudly serve the communities of Londonderry, Weston, Andover, Windham, Winhall, Jamaica, Landgrove, Peru and Bondville.
The grassroots agency opened its doors in 2009 out of a need for innovative and cost effective social outreach in the underserved populations of area mountain towns. We respond to community-identified needs with a range of social services and health-related programs, working closely with public and private resources at federal, state and local levels.
Our services include connecting people with the resources they need including health education, counseling, crisis management and assisting individuals with navigation through social service systems.
Center for Health & Social Services