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Meals on Wheels FAQs
Is there a delay or wait list?
Who is eligible for Meals on Wheels?
How do I get Meals on Wheels services?
Can a diabetic eat the meals served by Meals on Wheels?
Can I purchase Meals on Wheels?
Senior Dining FAQs
Where are the Senior Dining sites located?
I don't drive. Is transportation available for Senior Dining?
Who is eligible for Senior Dining?
What is Senior Dining?
Do you help people with medication who cannot afford to pay for it?
Do you take private insurance?
Can my doctor call or fax my prescription to your store?
When can I expect my delivery?
What is my co-payment with my Medicare Part D plan?
Do you deliver?
Do you accept Medicare Part D?
What safety equipment do your vehicles have?
Can you accommodate special needs passengers?
Why are your medical appointments limited to 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.?
You have a one-week advance trip reservation requirement. What if I have a doctor's appointment that is less than seven days in advance?
After I have mailed in my completed registration form, will you notify me that I am approved?
How can I get started?
What is your charge for the service?
What destinations do you serve?
Who is eligible to use your transportation services?
Should I volunteer if I'm going on vacation or if I'm a snowbird?
Can I volunteer on the weekends or evenings?
If I deliver Meals on Wheels, where will I pick up the food?
How much time will I need to spend volunteering?
How do I volunteer for Neighborly?
Can I take my dog with me?
Do you use taxicabs?
Can I rely on your drivers?
In what areas can I use the EZride program?
I don't know if I qualify. What are the membership requirements?
How far ahead should I call to schedule a trip?
What days and times can I travel?
How much does it cost?
May 19, 2013
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