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Tips on how to have the difficult driving conversation

Article and Images from Keep Us Safe | 07/3/19 The purpose of this article is to offer you a couple of simple tips and suggestions that will help you in this very sensitive process. Under optimal conditions, starting these complex and emotional conversations with a loved-one should rarely be done

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Innovation for the Wellbeing of Older Adults Mini-Grants

Background: On June 12, 2019, Central Mass Area on Aging (CMAA) in collaboration with the Worcester County Reserve Deputy Association will host the 21st Annual ElderCare 2019 event. As a result of our generous sponsors, we were able to raise funds that we are redistributing back into the community through

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SHINE

NEWS FROM SHINE FOR JULY/AUGUST 2019

Staying Healthy with No Cost MedicarePreventative Benefits An important goal for Medicare is to help people stay healthy by encouraging prevention.  Medicare provides a number of preventive services.  These services are free whether you have traditional Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan, like an HMO. Some of these services include:

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Supportive Day - Adult Day Care

Supportive Day – Adult Day Care

Services we Provide: Safe & Stimulating Environment Breakfast, Lunch & Afternoon Snack Exercise Program Social Activities Brain Games Hand Massages/Manicures Respite for Caregiver About Us: Mon, Tues & Wed 9:00-3:00 Transportation available $35 Daily Options available. for income eligible clients Bellingham Senior Center 40 Blackstone St. Bellingham, MA 02019 (508)

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Community Legal Aid

Community Legal Aid – Medicare Advocacy Project (MAP)

Community Legal Aid is pleased to (re)introduce the Medicare Advocacy Project (MAP). MAP helps individuals, regardless of age, who may have been wrongfully denied Medicare coverage.  We provide free legal assistance to people on Medicare – regardless of plan type – or to people who have tried, unsuccessfully, to enroll

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