The Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound (CASA) of Madison County has been in our community for 40 years providing volunteer services to help individuals 60 years old and older, as well as individuals who are homebound or bedbound at any age to remain safe and independent as they age in place. One way that they are able to help our aging and homebound neighbors is their volunteers building wheelchair ramps to make sure they are able to get in and out of their homes more freely. Saturday, November 9th our community will have a unique opportunity to put caring into action at the Landers McLarty Subaru dealership, 5790 University Drive, from 12pm until 2pm in the Service Department area.
The agency and Subaru invite you to try your hand at pre-building a wheelchair ramp. You will be helping to prepare for a wheelchair ramp that will be installed later that day for a person in need in our own backyard. This is a chance to see first-hand what CASA volunteers do all year long as well as hear about the work that CASA of Madison County does to give back to those who have cared for us.
CASA of Madison County is honored to be a 2019 Frank Williams Community Partner and have their support in educating others of the benefit CASA provides in caring for our aging and homebound neighbors. CASA of Madison County requires volunteers and financial support year round to keep their services free for those in need and their families. You can join them and the Landers McLarty Subaru dealership on Saturday, November 9th or you can find out more about them by visiting casamadisoncty.org.