This month CedarStone Bank salutes Vista Points and staff members, Darlene Kemp and Lennon Harris.
Based in Mt. Juliet, nonprofit organization Vista Points serves as an ongoing resource center dedicated to raising awareness about Special Needs Trusts through educational programs, community outreach events and marketing campaigns. Vista Points not only assists people living with an intellectual or physical disability, but they also assist their parents and caregivers and the professionals who serve and guide them on a daily basis.
"We are thrilled to offer our services to the Mt. Juliet community and beyond," said Kemp, who serves as Vista Points' executive director. "The resources and referrals that we offer through Vista Points help people with disabilities and their families and caregivers plan for the future while maximizing their quality of life today."
Vista Points' expertise in trustee services helps ensure that a trust beneficiary's eligibility for public assistance programs is protected. Vista Points can also help children and adults living with disabilities in a variety of ways, from setting up procedures or exams to purchasing medical equipment. Vista Points also works hard to consistently produce and disseminate content related to Special Need Trusts through its website (www.vistapoints.org), news articles and e-mail blasts.
"It is rewarding to help those in need throughout Wilson County and Middle Tennessee." said Harris, who works as a Vista Point account executive.
Vista Points has been a trusted resource for Wilson County residents for 16 years. CedarStone Bank is proud to work alongside Vista Points and its dedicated staff.