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Yes, we have a medical loan closet for short-term use. We have items such as:
For more information, visit our Loan Closet page.
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For case management services, we serve seniors over the age of 60 residing in:
Our meal sites our open to any senior over the age of 60. Home-delivered meals are provided for qualified seniors in the Village of McFarland, Town of Dunn, and Town of Pleasant Springs.
Case management is helping older adults navigate through a maze of information and identify resources to promote wellness. A case manager has an ongoing relationship with the client to monitor their usage of services over an extended period of time and advocate for additional services as needed or indicated.
Outreach services are defined as providing short term or one time information and assistance to seniors about programming, loan closet, or outside resources. This includes the programs offered regarding:
Visit our Nutrition Services page for more information on services such as Noon Meal sites and delivery, My Meal My Way, and the McFarland Food Pantry.
We provide a shopping bus five times a month. Two trips are dedicated to going to the local Pick N’ Save, one trip to the Walmart in Monona, and one trip the destination varies. You may also request an individual shopping trip on a select day once a month.
For more information, visit our Transportation Services page.
We coordinate rides for medical appointments under the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP). Screened volunteers handle rides. Reservations are required 1 week in advance.
Since this is a volunteer-based program, we make every effort to find a driver but cannot guarantee a ride. Rides must be during regular business hours of 8 am to 4:30 pm, and you must register as an RSVP passenger. There are some limitations on rides for ongoing appointments such as infusion and dialysis. Cost is on a donation basis.
The foot clinic provides toenail clipping for seniors, both diabetic and non-diabetic, who require assistance in trimming their own nails. For more information, visit our Foot Care Clinic page.
Our highest need is always Home Delivered meal drivers and Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) medical drivers. If you are interested in these or other opportunities please contact our Volunteer Coordinator/Case manager, Katie Gletty-Syoen, at 608-838-7117.
We publish a monthly newsletter, available free online. If you wish to subscribe to a hard copy or to have one sent to you via email, please call 608-838-7117. Copies are available in the Village of McFarland municipal building, the Town of Dunn, and Pleasant Springs Town Halls.
We also post events in the Library and Municipal Center, as well as on the:
Feel free to contact us at 608-838-7117 if you have any questions.