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Have Questions About Medicare?

September 15-21 is National Medicare Education Week, a week dedicated to helping Medicare beneficiaries, their families and caregivers learn more about Medicare. National Medicare Education Week is an annual event scheduled one month before the start of Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period (October 15-December 7).

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Connecting the Pharmacy with the Home – Pharmacy Student Interns with Age Well

Third-year Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS), Doctorate of Pharmacy student, Jennie Chilakos interned with Age Well’s Division of Care and Service Coordination this summer. ACPHS students have recently started interning with Age Well as a part of the student Experiential Education Program. We spoke with her to learn more about why she loved interning with Age Well:

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A Fair to Remember: The Story of Jackie LaBounty

County fairs celebrate community. They bring together some of the best elements that an area has to offer while never losing sight of the goal: to have fun. Whether it’s riding the ferris wheel, visiting the farm animals or enjoying baked goods, the fair is one of those places that has something for everyone. Though, perhaps more importantly, it also gives individuals who may not otherwise meet one another, a chance to connect.

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“It’s not like what you see on television”- Hoarding & Clutter Workshop

Beginning August 4th, Age Well Specialized/Complex Care & Service Coordinator Erin Roelke, along with SASH coordinators, Michelle Sawyer-Houle and Taylor Puckhaber are starting a 16-week workshop, “Buried in Treasures: Help for Compulsive Acquiring, Saving and Hoarding”, for those who identify as a having an issue with hoarding or excessive clutter. We sat down with Erin to learn more about this new workshop:

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Let’s Do Lunch: Volunteer with Meals on Wheels at Age Well

More than 20,000 Vermonters currently face the threat of hunger and 40,000 older Vermonters live alone in or near isolation. And, each and every day, Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver meals to those who need them the most.

“I am truly grateful to everyone involved with receiving my meals. I rely on the food but better than that, it’s delivered by cheerful people. Please pass on how happy I am to receive your services.” – Chris, Age Well Meals on Wheels client

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