St. Johnsbury SASH participant Regina Fournier’s story is featured in an issue brief published by the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation as part of its series on highly effective programs serving older adults and people with disabilities. The brief itself discusses the huge success of SASH since its start in 2009. The overview walks through how the SASH program operates, showcasing why SASH was chosen as one of the most innovative programs supporting older adults and differently abled persons. Read the full brief here.
Author: Victoria Muzyk