News Release — Age Well
Oct. 11, 2017
Director of Development & Communications
Age Well (formerly the Champlain Valley Agency on Aging)
September 27, 2017 (Essex Junction, VT) — Age Well has recently completed an extensive search for a platform to support their Meals on Wheels and Community Meals programs. The nonprofit has chosen Accessible Solution’s software ServTracker. This comprehensive system will enable Age Well, the largest provider of Meals on Wheels and Community Meals in the state to automate driver routes, generate meal orders each day, and streamline volunteer planning and delivery schedules.
Organizations managing home-delivered meals and community dining venues are challenged with a wide range of individualized service demands that make management labor intensive and difficult. ServTracker’s Nutrition Services Module removes this complexity and provides a simple, more efficient and accurate process to serve clients and complete operational functions.
From meal planning, food prep, and dietary concerns to tracking meal preferences, service changes, delivery schedules, assessments and staff management, ServTracker is a comprehensive software solution that centralizes information concerning clients, staff, volunteers and funding sources.
“Each year Age Well delivers over 200,000 Meals to more than 1,500 seniors on 40 different meal routes. Historically held back by paperwork and manual processes, we are thrilled to now have the technology to support the growing demand for meals and help us optimize delivery in a more cost effective manner” stated Age Well’s Chief Innovative Officer, Chris Dussault.
About Age Well
Age Well is a nonprofit organization that serves Addison, Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties and is the largest Meals on Wheels provider in Vermont. Our mission is to provide the support and guidance that inspires our community to embrace aging with confidence. Since 1974, Age Well has delivered over 9 million meals, provided nutrition and care coordination services to over 50,000 people, and responded to over 250,000 calls through our senior helpline.