The Alzheimer Patient Living Alone

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease and Awareness Month and Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps is focusing on medical and traumatic injury risk awareness.

In recognition of National Alzheimer’s Disease and Awareness Month (NADAM), the Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. (WVAC) is focusing on medical and traumatic injury risk awareness for those with Alzheimer’s living alone.

We understand that emergencies with individuals with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia require a calm, compassionate and knowledgeable approach by our emergency medical volunteers ...

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It Can Wait Scarecrow

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The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps have put together an “It Can Wait” scarecrow.

With the help of Nancy Capelle, Robert Storck, Deborah Fialla and Shawn Iannacone, the ghostly driver-turned-scarecrow is perched in a tree at 234 Danbury Rd at the WVAC house on the hill and will be moving shortly to take up residence in Wilton Center.

Deborah Fialla, who is both a 25-year paramedic, currently with Norwalk Hospital, as well as an interior decorator, sourced the car door from Redding Fire Dept. It was from a donated car wreck that ...

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Safe Driving Information Night

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For Sophomores and their Parents
What sixteen year olds and their parents need to know before obtaining a driver’s license. Learn about license requirements, insurance information, driver’s training and Connecticut laws.

This event is free of charge; donations are appreciated at the door.
date Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
time 7 – 8:30 pm
place Trackside Teen Center
rsvp jthtsully@aol.com by Friday, Oct 25 with your name and student’s name
please note: space is limited we are only able ...

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Flu can be Fatal: Pledge to get a Flu Shot this Season

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It’s that time of year again….flu vaccination time.  The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps (WVAC) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) urge everyone 6 months and older to get vaccinated.

According to the CDC, yearly flu vaccination should begin in September, or as soon as vaccine is available, and continue throughout the flu season which can last as late as May. This is because the timing and duration of flu seasons vary. While flu season can begin early ...

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