Source: Vermont Partnership for Long-Term Care
This program helps Vermont residents prepare financially for the possibility that they will need home care, assisted living support, or care in a nursing home at some point in the future. The program provides financial support for purchase of long-term care insurance as well as certain protection of assets in the event care becomes needed.
Source: Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging, and Independent Living
Choices for Care is a Medicaid-funded, long-term care program to pay for care and support for older Vermonters and people with physical disabilities. The program assists people with everyday activities at home, in an enhanced residential care setting, or in a nursing facility.
Source: Vermont Long Term Care Ombudsman
The Vermont Ombudsman Project (VOP) protects the health, welfare and rights of people who live in long term care facilities, including nursing homes, residential care homes and assisted living residences. It also helps people who receive long term care services in their homes through Choices for Care (CFC).The project improves Vermontâ€™s long term care system through individual complaint resolution, education and administrative and legislative advocacy.The work of the LTCO is supported by an active group of certified volunteers.