Please spread the word that due to what’s forecasted in the weather for the next couple days, we are canceling this week’s Cameron Lunch Club. Please stay safe and warm, and do not travel if you don’t have to!Read More
YAHR Loses a Loyal Board Member
Our organization lost one of its board members this week. Ruth Rother was in her third term of service on the Young at Heart Resources governing board. The energy and experiences she brought to our activities cannot be matched. We offer our sincerest condolences to her family and friends, as well as those who were…Read More
January 20th Lunch Club Cancelled
Due to extremely low temperatures, this week’s Cameron Lunch Club, hosted by Young at Heart Resources, is cancelled. Stay warm and stay safe, we’ll see you soon.Read More
January 2022 Fraud Prevention Fact
Advantage Plan Open Enrollment is Here The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period is January 1 through March 31. If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan, during this time, it means you can: –Switch to another Medicare Advantage Plan with or without drug coverage. –Drop your Medicare Advantage Plan and return to Original Medicare. You…Read More
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…Read More
December Medicare Fraud Fact
If you are considering a donation to a charity, your Missouri Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) warns you to be wary. Charities use the phone, face-to-face contact, email, and the Internet. So do the scammers. Scammers can change caller ID to make a call look like it’s from a local area code. Some scammers use names that…Read More
November Medicare Fraud Fact
Missouri SMP: Always conduct annual plan comparison The Medicare Annual Open Enrollment Period continues through Dec. 7, the deadline to make changes to your prescription drug plan (Part D) or Medicare Advantage plan (Part C) enrollment. This is the key time for you to review your health care and drug coverage and make changes for…Read More
Long-term Care Residents Honored During Residents’ Rights Month
October 6, 2021For Immediate Release Contact: Becky Caldwellbcaldwell@yahresources.org Long-term Care Residents Honored During Residents’ Rights Month, October 2021 Across the country, residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities along with family members, Ombudsman program representatives, citizen advocates, facility staff, and others will honor the individual rights of long-term care residents by celebrating Residents’ Rights…Read More
October Medicare Fraud Prevention Fact
Open enrollment for Medicare Part D begins Oct. 15. That means that people with Medicare and their caregivers should give their Medicare prescription plans a fresh look to determine whether the plan they have is still the best one to suit their needs. It’s also a good time for you to know the rules the Medicare…Read More
In Need of Pension & Counseling Info?
Information 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…Read More
Give 200 for Missouri’s 200!
The Missouri Community Service Commission challenges all Missourians to volunteer 200 hours in their community in honor of the state’s 200 years. Each year, volunteers give back over $3.2 billion in service to their communities, and we want to recognize those who are making a positive impact. Those who complete the 200 hours will be…Read More