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COVID 19 Update May 18, 2021

Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in the Scotland House program!  

The Scotland House continues to work diligently towards a date of re-opening with the Vermont Department of Aging and Independence (DAIL) and the Vermont Department of Health, and continues to partner with the Vermont Association of Adult Day Services during this challenging time to focus on re-opening standards.

The Scotland House is excited to re-open June 2021

Despite Covid-19 and a global pandemic, the Scotland House is still here to Share The Care!  Our outreach into our community will continue to fulfill our mission.  Please call us to find out about our individualized activity kits that we are offering to in home caregivers, as well as our support group, telehealth, and virtual programs.  All of our services remain free of charge to anyone in need with the generosity of various grants, and community donations.

Our staff are still here working to ensure that you and your families needs are being met to support your aging at home goals.  Please email us at info@scotlandhousevt.org or call us at 802-280-6080. 


“HOW CAN I GET HELP FOR THEM, IF I’M HERE WITH THEM 24-7?”

YOU ARE NOT ALONE…

We’re ready to help you both.

We’re Scotland House and We Share the Care.

The Scotland House is more then an adult day program for those who are aging. Our staff is here to support you, the family and/or caregiver, with your goal to keep someone at home and out of a long term care setting.

Caregiving can bring moments of joy, laughter, and keep family ties strong. It can also bring feelings of frustration, exhaustion, anger, fear, despair, sadness, and guilt. It is normal to have these feelings! You are visiting our website today, because you are looking at a very healthy step towards your own wellness. You can’t be a good caregiver if you don’t take care of yourself.

“I promised him I would never put him into a nursing home.”

“No one else has time to help me and I need to work.”

“He is not the same person.” “I get lonely.”

” I never imagined having to give my grandmother a shower or help her to the bathroom.”

“He asks the same question all the time.” “I am ready to go out of my mind.”

No one wants to ask for help or admit that they need help. Our staff understand what you are going through. Having much needed respite and time off with your role is why we are here serving the community. The Scotland House is here to Share The Care.

Take the first step today and call or email us. (802) 280-6080 or info@scotlandhousevt.org

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens: but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” – Helen Keller