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Spotlight on Our Caregiver’s-Rock Stars

Posted on: May 06 2016

*Guest Blog Post today by Deena and Shannon, Armistead Client Services Coordinators*

What is a Rock Star?  Well…dictionary.com states: a rock-‘n’-roll star or celebrity in any field or profession, or anyone who is highly admired.  Here, at Armistead Senior Care, a Rock Star is also a Caregiver that provides consistent, professional and compassionate care to our clients. Please help us in recognizing the following Caregivers for rockin’ it!                  Vermont Rock Stars:           ...

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Posted in Announcements

Please Join Us for a showing of the Glen Campbell documentary, I’ll Be Me

Posted on: May 02 2016

Armistead Senior Care and The Arbors at Shelburne are sponsoring a free movie night this Wednesday, May 4th. "I’ll Be Me is the story of musician Glen Campbell embarking on a farewell tour after he is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. It reveals how Glen and his family navigate the unpredictable nature of the disease through love, laughter, and music." The documentary was released in 2014. The Arbors is at 687 Harbor Road, Shelburne VT 05482; please RSVP (802) 985-8600. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the movie begins at 6:30; refreshments will be served. I had the chance to see...

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Posted in Alzheimer’s Disease

April is National Volunteer Month-Spotlight on Dan

Posted on: April 29 2016

It is very fitting that April's last volunteer post is about Dan Feeney, an owner and Board Member of Armistead Senior Care and an owner and President of North Star Leasing Company. Last night was the Vermont Alzheimer's Association 7th annual Reason to Hope Dinner. Dan Feeney was honored as this year's recipient of the Community Leadership and Activist Award. Dan is well-deserving of this award; he has been a community volunteer and leader since he and his wife, Amy, moved to Burlington in 1990. Dan has been a philanthropic force in his community by helping to...

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Posted in Advocacy

April is National Volunteer Month-Spotlight on Collie

Posted on: April 28 2016

This delightful surprise of a bouquet was hand delivered to the Vermont office by Collie Chambers, another exceptional Armistead Caregiver. As we thanked her and oohhed and aahhed over the beautiful bouquet, Collie told us of her latest volunteer effort: Vermont Recycles Flowers, which is a goodwill branch of Chappell’s Florist of South Burlington. Diane, co-owner of Chappell’s, had the wonderful idea of creating new, fresh flower bouquets from “recycled” flowers, that had been left over and then generously donated from events, functions, and retail stores. The “recycled” flowers...

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Posted in Appreciation

April is National Volunteer Month-Spotlight on Mary

Posted on: April 22 2016

As we continue to shine a spotlight on our wonderful Caregivers that volunteer, I would like to introduce you to Mary Post. She is a volunteer at the Vermont Respite House in Williston, Vermont. Mary grew up in Minnesota and has a degree in political science from Concordia College. She began the first of three Washington, DC careers on Capitol Hill working for a member of the House of Representatives. Next she was a Production Assistant for the CBS News program, Face the Nation. Lastly, she became a registered lobbyist. She met her husband on Capitol Hill and her...

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Posted in Appreciation

April is National Volunteer Month-Spotlight on Larry

Posted on: April 15 2016

Larry Pillsbury is another Armistead Senior Care employee and volunteer extraordinaire. For 8 years, Larry has been involved with the Williston Community Food Shelf. He is a founding member and on the Board of Directors. When Larry is not working for Armistead, he is either at the Food Shelf during its open hours, 3 days a week, or transporting donations. Larry gathers and loads the food from the Williston Hannaford Supermarket into his own vehicle. Hannaford generously donates meat, bread products, deli meats and cheeses, and baked goods which can total five to six thousand pounds a month! Larry also picks...

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Posted in Aging in Place

April is National Volunteer Month-Spotlight on Barb

Posted on: April 08 2016

When I arrived to my first day at the Armistead Senior Care office, there was a beautiful bouquet of flowers waiting on my desk. It was a lovely gesture by my co-workers and it certainly made me feel both special and welcomed. As the week went on and I was focused on work, my bouquet suffered from a lack of attention on my part. This was unfortunate because my work area is what you see first when entering our office. One of our Caregiver’s walked into the office, took one look at my bouquet and immediately made...

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Posted in Aging in Place

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