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RSVP of Central Vermont, a program of Central Vermont Council on Aging, has partnered with the Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) to provide home accessibility solutions for Lamoille County residents.
V4A Welcomes New Executive Director (4/27/2015)
The Vermont Association of Area Agencies on Aging has hired Angela Smith-Dieng as its inaugural Executive Director. In this role, Ms. Smith-Dieng will work to leverage the collective abilities of the AAAs to better serve Vermont’s senior communities.
When given the assignment to participate in a community event for her Social Work Practice class, senior Ceili Quigley declined. Instead, she started one. Quigley brought an initiative that’s gained momentum in communities across the country to Burlington.
CVCOA has received a $1,500 grant from Shaw’s grocery stores for its “Healthy Eating as We Age” program to provide ways to increase the nutritional well-being of elders participating in senior meals programs in Central Vermont.
New Collaboration for RSVP in the Northeast Kingdom (12/23/2014)
In January 2015, CVCOA will be partnering with the Northeast Kingdom Council on Aging to manage the grant for RSVP in the Northeast Kingdom areas.
Board Members Join CVCOA (10/1/2014)
Dr. Marvin Malek and Peter Harris have joined the CVCOA Board of Directors. Dr Malek is a physician on the hospital care team at Central Vermont Hospital. Mr. Harris is an artist and has served on the Advisory Board of the Montpelier Senior Activity Center.
CVCOA has received a $75,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation for the “Healthy Eating as We Age” program. This grant will help purchase locally grown produce for use in meals prepared for older Central Vermonters.
This year’s federal budget cuts are causing the Central Vermont Council on Aging to end a popular program that helped seniors keep living at home, but the agency says it hopes to continue offering some of the services.
Cuts Threaten Meals on Wheels (12/10/2012)
Lost in all the talk of tax increases, budget cuts, and the “fiscal cliff” are the potential victims of a congressional stalemate — including senior citizens.
Review of the Art of Creative Aging (5/20/2010)
To an earlier generation, two of the most beloved American artists of the twentieth-century were painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell and painter Anna Mary Robertson Moses. It seems safe to say that both artists would have had no trouble fitting in at The Art of Creative Aging.