They help people with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Any questions you ask are confidential. You can ask questions for yourself or for a business. They serve the states in New England.
CVCOA helps people living in Central Vermont who are 60 or older. They also serve their caregivers, partners, and families. They support healthy aging. They can also help manage your services for long-term support at home. We work with them to co-host certain programs.
DAIL attempts to make Vermont the best state in which to grow old or to live with a disability. They offer many programs and services to support Vermont residents.
DBVI helps people with employment. They also support people who want to live with independence. They serve people who are blind and visually impaired.
Go! Vermont is a free resource that gives people other ways to get around if they want to lower the cost and environmental impact of driving. They help match people who want to carpool. Their website has ride-sharing tips and other information on getting around by biking, walking, bus, train, and ferry.
People with disabilities and those who are aging may find barriers at home, work, and in the community. VATP helps people of all ages find ways to get around them and achieve their goals.
VABVI offers training and services to people who are blind or visually impaired. They help people be more independent and use new skills to improve their quality of life. They serve people of all ages.
VCIL works to support people with disabilities. They were the first in the state to ensure that most of their board and staff were people with disabilities.
CAP helps consumers and businesses. They can help people solve problems with a business. They can also help to find answers from state government and connect people with other resources. They also offer training and outreach to people who want to learn more.
A STABLE Account is an investment tool for people with disabilities. They help people save and invest money. They have ways to help you do this without losing access to some programs like Medicaid or SSI.
The SRC promotes employment services that put the needs of clients first. They support resources and services that give people with disabilities equal rights. They also find ways to improve and expand services.