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ST. JOHNSBURY — Every year, during its annual meeting in November, the NEK Council on Aging recognizes a special volunteer or organization with the Humanitarian Hero award in honor of their dedication to the Council’s mission and the impact they have on the community at large. The Council recently announced Linda Guyer as its 2021 Humanitarian Hero.

SEvery April, the Northeast Kingdom Council On Aging (NEKCOA) makes a special effort to extend their appreciation to over 370 volunteers that lead wellness programs, cook and deliver meals, help with errands and shopping, provide phone support and friendly visiting, make phone calls to friends, care for family and friends, and so much more. Due to the pandemic, this April is very different with the postponement of most wellness classes and workshops offered by the Council.

In an effort to draw awareness to the risk of falls for older Vermonters, the NEKCOA is working with area and state agencies to promote several events taking place across the NEK that offer free screenings, helpful tips, and exercises for fall prevention. It is estimated that one in four older adults falls each year. The events coincide with September as National Falls Prevention Month and September 23rd as National Falls Prevention Day.

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ST. JOHNSBURY – Across the Northeast Kingdom, the volunteer team at the NEK Council on Aging, over 350 people, lead wellness programs, cook and deliver meals, help with errands and shopping, make phone calls to friends, care for family and friends, and so much more.

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ST. JOHNSBURY – According to the National Council on Aging, falls are the leading cause of fatal injury and the most common cause of nonfatal trauma-related hospital admissions among older adults. One out of four Americans aged 65 and over falls every year.