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Like many people sitting at home watching the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, you may be looking for ways in which you could help those who have lost so much overcome this historic flooding and destruction.
Unfortunately, there are those who take advantage of situations like this and try to profit off of the chaos of disaster and the charitable giving it inspires from others.
Bogus charities and fundraising campaigns may pop up online, and even the most well meaning of fundraising campaigns could hinder the work of trained disaster relief organizers.
If you are currently enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan or a Part D prescription drug plan you will want to keep your eyes peeled for your Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) that will be arriving in your mailbox sometime before the end of September.
An ANOC is a notice that health plans send to their members every year to notify them of any cost, benefit or service area changes that will take effect on January 1st of the following year.
There are many beneficial and useful ways to utilize our smart phone’s and our tablets besides just surfing the internet.
Senior living is becoming very savvy, and we are now using technology more than ever and in ways we may have been reluctant to try in the past.
In addition to surfing the web there are a variety of apps that seniors can enjoy that may not just be useful, but they may be necessary to assist with some daily tasks.
August is National Immunization Awareness Month, an opportunity for people of all ages to make sure they are protected against dangerous and deadly diseases.
While the main focus is generally on babies and school aged children when it comes to vaccines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to remind us that adults need to make sure they are immunized as well.
Many adults may not believe that they need vaccinations, but people aged 65 and older are at a higher risk of complications from preventable diseases.