Dental, Vision, Hearing & Health Eyeglasses for Seniors Program is a new resource for seniors sponsored by Area I Agency on Aging at Action for Eastern Montana. This is a certificate program in which seniors can fill out a one-page application and, if approved, receive a coupon for an eye exam and one pair of glasses up to a total of $600. It is the consumer's responsibility to ensure their provider will accept the coupon as payment. Eligibility includes being age 60+ with no other vision insurance or charitable support. Applications are available below.

NVision has a lot of great information on the impact of aging and certain conditions on senior vision.  

"All About Vision" has great resources for Seniors. You can find out more in their guide "Adapting to an Easy Lifestyle for Seniors With Impaired Vision". 

The Dental Lifeline Network is a network of volunteer dentists and labs that provide comprehensive dentistry for those who meet their criteria and are over age 65 or disabled. 

Montana Dental Association is a donated dental service program for community and low-income patients.

Doctor on Demand gives you the ability to see an urgent care doctor for things like coughs, headaches, nausea, fever, UTIs, Joint pain and more. They also offer mental health services. All appointments are on demand via a virtual visit. Medicare is accepted and the Part B co-pay is not required. 

Sidney Health Center offers a comprehensive library of services and education classes. View their full directory on their website.

Starkey Hearing Foundation can help with hearing aids.

MonTech has a lending library that you can check out free equipment/devices that assist with:

  1. Vision 
  2. Hearing 
  3. Communication 
  4. Reading
  5. Adaptive recreation
  6. Positioning/Mobility
  7. Hands-free computer access
  8. Tools for ADL's