One of the results of aging process is decline in cognitive function and ability to navigate something new and unfamiliar. While elderly are the most vulnerable group in the COVID-19 pandemic and urgently need to receive vaccination. Well meaning governmental agencies keep piling up information on vaccination and tell elders to sign up for an appointment without understanding their needs of assistance. Constantly hunting for an appointment all over the place without result becomes a highly stressful and intimidating process. On top of the cognitve inadequacy, many of the elders, especially immigrant/refugee elders, are computer illiterate and do not have an email and do not know what an email is. Unfortunately, almost all the sources of vaccination require an email address to sign up for an appointment. While elected officials encourage neighbors with digital skills to help elders to get online, this could potentially create identity theft problems for the vulnerable elders. Immigrant/refugee elders face another level of challenge due to their inproficiency in the English language. Oftentimes they feel as though they are deaf, mute and blind. Elders need direct help from their entrusted community-based organization such as South-East Asia Center, a non-profit organization, who has been providing human services for the limited-English-speaking low income immigrant/refugees families for the last 41 years in Chicago. We need to find ways to get appointments for our respected elders. With the funds, we could get a couple of part-time Chinese and Vietnamese speaking staff to secure vaccine appointments, to translate at vaccination sites for limited-English-speaking elders as well as to follow up with them.