LVC is the go-to nonprofit for Loudoun seniors, adults with disabilities and chronic illnesses, and their families. Volunteers do what most services won’t: help residents into and out of their homes, assist with walkers, collapsible wheelchairs, and packages. They wait at doctors' offices, help with paperwork, and schedule follow-ups. LVC also provides transportation for individuals who cannot use public transport either because they are too frail or need personal aid following treatments. Volunteers deliver food to almost 125 homebound individuals and families twice a month – those who cannot get to pantries or cannot carry heavy bags. A money management program provides mentally disabled adults with the “representative payee” they need to receive their disability/social security benefits. Lawns get mowed, repairs get done, and hundreds of seniors and disabled adults get regular reassurance calls, vital for keeping loneliness and isolation at bay.
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