Increasing numbers of Vermont seniors are finding long-term care in other families’ homes. The Medicaid-funded program known as Adult Family Care has become critical for Medicaid patients with dementia and other complex needs, who get turned away from traditional nursing facilities and don’t have families to care for them.
We know the predictions are dire; we know there are urgent conversations to be had about policy. But to answer this listener question, we stay focused on the present.
- As Pilgrim Powers Down, Some Worry It Will Leave Behind Too Much Radiation
- Historic Plymouth Looks To A Future Without Pilgrim
- This Vermont Town Took A Big Hit When Its Nuclear Plant Closed
- Presidential Candidate Moulton Knows He’s Not Very Well-Known
- For 46 Years, Pilgrim Nuclear Plant Has Used Water From Cape Cod Bay. How Has It Impacted The Ecosystem?
- Private Philanthropy In Public Schools: Can Ray Dalio Make His Gift Work In Connecticut?
VPR and the Flynn Center’s New Voices Project come together to present Sabouyouma at the next Live From The Fort on Thursday, May 2.
Good Question! In this episode of But Why , we answer some questions that make us say, huh? Why do shoes get stinky? Why are little brothers so annoying? Also, why don't tow trucks have sirens?