Services

Community Based Services

Adult Day Care: Adult Day Care is day-time care for dependent older adults who need supervision outside the home. Care is provided in a safe and structured setting by licensed professionals at Generations Crossing in Harrisonburg.
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Caregivers Community Network:  VPAS partners with James Madison University to match students with family caregivers.  Students learn to interact with frail older adults and caregivers have a time of respite.
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Health and Wellness Programs: VPAS offers a variety of health education programs designed to empower adults to proactivly manage their health with confidence.
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Medicare Counseling: Certified counselors help individuals and their caregivers make sense of Medicare and compare other health insurance benefits to find the best plans available.
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Ombudsman: Our local long-term care ombudsman helps individuals living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and persons receiving community-based services, assert their rights and express their grievances, regarding the long-term care services they receive.
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Senior Centers:  Centers provide a variety of life enriching and health promotion activities to support active engagement in life.  Transportation to and from the Centers are provided on a limited basis.
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Senior Transportation / Transporting Elderly & Disabled (TED): VPAS offers transportation for adults 60 years and older or disabled adults under 60 years who can no longer drive but still have need to get out to doctor’s appointments and to pick up groceries, medical prescriptions and other life necessary destinations. VPAS has active programs in its Bath-Highland, Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro, and Harrisonburg-Rockingham regions to assist those with a need for transportation.
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In-Home Services

Information and Assistance: A professional and experienced Case Manager handles phone requests for assistance from older adults, caregivers, professionals, and others. This might include a home assessment to determine what types of services might be best to meet the older adult’s needs.
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Emergency Services: Emergency Services provides one-time immediate financial assistance and other resources, including referrals to other public and private agencies to older adults who have an emergency need for help.
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Meals on Wheels:  Home delivered meals for eligible older adults.  Meals meet one-third of the daily nutrition requirements for older adults.  Hot or frozen meals are provided based on location of meal recipient.
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Personal Care Services: Personal care services provide up to six hours of in-home support a week for individuals who require assistance with bathing, grooming, and dressing. Services are provided by an aide from a contracted, licensed home health agency.
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