April 2022 Fraud Prevention Fact: Medicare B

Medicare Part B covers many, many preventive benefits, but a good place to start is your primary care physician for a wellness visit. If you’ve had Medicare Part B for more than a year, you can get an annual wellness visit to update your personalized plan to help prevent disease and disability. The wellness visit…

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Public Health Official Impersonators Strike in Missouri

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has recently issued an alert warning of persons attempting to impersonate Law Enforcement, Government Officials, and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). The Bureau of Environmental Health Services (BEHS) is aware of several recent incidents in Missouri in which one or more individuals have attempted to…

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Announcing Our 2022 Board of Directors Elections

Every year Young at Heart Resources holds regional elections to its Board of Directors. The board is comprised of 9 members representing 18 counties in Northwest Missouri, and each member term is 3 years. This year there are two vacancies, and current board officer Carma Eagans is up for re-election. Because no county in Young…

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Do You Need Pension Counseling?

Info provided by SCPRP The U.S. Administration on Aging has established a grant program to provide pension counseling projects across the United States, because it can be difficult for individuals to understand complex pension plans and laws.  One of those projects, The South Central Pension Rights Project (SCPRP), assists people in Missouri, as well as…

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Severe Weather Preparedness Week: Flooding

It’s Severe Weather Preparedness Week here in Missouri. Today’s theme is flood safety. Flash flooding kills far more people in the United States than tornadoes, lightning, or hurricanes, making it the primary killer among all severe weather hazards. (Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Be aware of flood hazards no matter where you live, but…

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Severe Weather Preparedness Week: Thunderstorms

It’s Severe Weather Preparedness Week here in Missouri. Today’s theme is severe thunderstorm safety. Thunderstorms accompanied by lightning are frequent occurrences in Missouri during the spring and summer months. Thunderstorms typically produce heavy rain for 30 minutes to an hour. Warm, humid conditions are highly favorable for thunderstorm development. About 10 percent of thunderstorms are…

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Severe Weather Preparedness Week: Lightning

It’s Severe Weather Preparedness Week here in Missouri. Today’s theme is lightning safety. Lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times a year—killing 20 or more people a year, and severely injuring hundreds more—and although most lightning occurs during the summer, people can be struck at any time of year. Learn where to get…

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Lunch Club Canceled | March 10

Due to more expected inclement weather, this week’s Cameron Lunch Club, hosted by Young at Heart Resources, is canceled. Stay warm and stay safe, we’ll see you soon.

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Severe Weather Preparedness Week: Tornados

It’s Severe Weather Preparedness Week here in Missouri. Today’s theme is tornado safety, and this year’s state-wide tornado drill will occur this morning at 10am. We encourage you to treat the drill as if it were a real tornado. What would you do? What precautions would you take Learn where to get your timely information,…

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Severe Weather Preparedness Week: Make a Plan

It’s Severe Weather Preparedness Week here in Missouri. Today’s theme is about having a plan for when the spring weather gets serious. Learn where to get your timely information, how to prepare for the worst, snag some safety tips, and more at The National Weather Service or Missouri State Emergency Management Agency.

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