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2020 Annual Report

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We're Hiring: SASH Coordinator

RACDC seeks a Coordinator for its SASH Program (Support And Services at Home), a senior wellness and coordinated care program.

The SASH Coordinator works to build trusting relationships with SASH participants and potential participants in order to have a comprehensive understanding of each one of them—strengths, resources, needs and challenges. This is done in partnership with the SASH Wellness Nurse.  The primary goal is to help participants remain well in their home, through prevention measures, addressing needs and assisting during periods of crisis.  The SASH Coordinator provides individualized support to participants in the many areas of health and wellbeing while also implementing the essential elements of the SASH program.  An important element is connecting regularly with community partners including landlords or housing organizations, food programs, agency on aging, senior centers, mental health agencies, medical offices and other community programs that support healthy aging.  This role maintains a wide array of responsibilities for general support of participants and well as case-specific intervention support, including transitional care logistics, self-management education, and coordinated care interventions.  

General Responsibilities: 

  • Participates in community outreach and marketing activities in order to maintain the minimum number of enrolled SASH participants for the size of the panel.
  • Organizes informational meetings and materials for promoting and explaining the SASH model to residents, community members and their family members/supports.
  • Enrolls new SASH participants ensuring enrollment documents are thoroughly explained and signed. Re-enrolls participants on an annual basis.
  • Responsible for following all policies and protocols established for SASH as found in the SASH Operations Manual.
  • Develops and maintains a regular calendar of health & wellness activities and events for participants.
  • Helps participants build support networks with neighbors, other participants, friends, volunteers and family members. May also include seeking out informal community volunteers for particular needs or activities.
  • Adheres to confidentiality guidelines and appropriately documents information releases.
  • Establishes and maintains good working relationships, on-going liaison with, and an in depth knowledge of the services available from community organizations including but not limited to our partner agencies—Central Vermont Council on Aging, Clara Martin Center, Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice,  Community Health Team members in local PCP offices, Blue Print Healthy Living workshops, Stagecoach/Tri-Valley Transit, local hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers, and other community organizations, etc.
  • Works independently and collaboratively as part of their specific SASH team, as an employee of RACDC and as part of the state-wide SASH program at Cathedral Square to effectively carry out job duties.
  • Communicates in a positive and respectful manner with participants, community members, co-workers, partner agency staff, volunteers, visitors and family members.

A full description of essential job duties can be found here

Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree in social work or equivalent combination of background and experience is required.
  • Previous experience working with seniors or disabled populations is preferred.
  • Knowledge of area resources and programs available for seniors and adults with disabilities, including transportation, health services, and recreational activities
  • Demonstrated excellence in verbal and written communication
  • Adherence to confidentiality, HIPAA/housing requirements, and appropriate safety procedures is paramount.
  • Ability to demonstrate appropriate emotional stability in times of stress, adaptability to changing priorities, and capable of remaining respectful and supportive towards others even if beliefs differ from your own.
  • Access to reliable transportation for accessing participant locations
  • Physical ability to perform all aspects of exercise and health programming tasks
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft programs (Word, Excel, Publisher etc) and database management, or willingness to learn, required. 

To apply send a cover letter explaining your interest and experience with a current resume to personnel@racdc.com. RACDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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RACDC is pleased to present the 2020 Annual Report! This year's report is featured as an interactive map that displays our ongoing and new programming in Downtown Randolph and the surrounding area. Explore everything from our affordable housing programs to the new Downtown WiFi project! Follow the link to learn more: https://racdc.com/2020annualreport

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RACDC 2020 Annual Meeting

RACDC's 2020 Annual Meeting was virtual this year and featured guest speakers Matt Dunne and Leah Taylor from the Center on Rural Innovation!  Click here for a link to a recording of the entire event!

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Explore everything that Randolph has to offer this winter!

Contents:

  • Staying Active with RASTA
  • Downtown Shopping and Services
  • Community Recreation
  • On the Farm
  • Hometown Services

Created by the Town of Randolph and Randolph Economic Development Council

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If we had a community center for the tri-town area, what would it look like? Do you want a place to take classes, or hang out after school? Would you meet up with friends or plan game nights? And—since we don’t have a physical community center at the moment—how might to connect and improve the spaces and resources we do have? Take the Survey!and join us this spring as we explore how we might create a “community center without walls” and improve social and community opportunities for our three towns.

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