The Return to Community initiative was selected to receive a Bright Idea designation. More than 60 programs were recognized from over 500 applications. As a Bright Idea, Return to Community Initiative will be highlighted on the Ash Center’s Government Innovator’s Network, and received a seal designating the program as a Bright Idea.
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Each year, the Senior LinkAge Line® is instrumental in helping to provide comprehensive non-biased counseling to Medicare beneficiaries. This is particularly important each year during the Medicare Open Enrollment Period (October 15 – December 7). As you can imagine the call volume significantly increases during the Open Enrollment Period. In order to maintain our ability […]
MARSHALL – Alzheimer’s disease is something no one really faces alone, members of a local action group said. “It’s a condition that affects the whole family. That’s what’s unique about it,” said Jaen Weilage, one of the members of the Marshall ACT on Alzheimer’s group. ACT on Alzheimer’s was spreading the word to a high-profile […]
The Minnesota Board on Aging has published its 2017 edition of Health Care Choices for Minnesotans on Medicare. This annual guide includes comprehensive information about Medicare plan options available in Minnesota. Health Care Choices is available online, or to request a copy, call the Senior LinkAge Line® at 1-800-333-2433. Download a PDF at: http://www.mnaging.net/hcc/~/media/HealthCareChoices_101416.ashx Senior […]
Minnesota’s Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are leading a transformative effort to improve community health. The Healthy Living as You Age initiative builds a network of evidence-based programs to help people manage chronic conditions, prevent falls and more. The initiative leverages the AAAs’ strong foundation of knowledge and experience with evidence-based health promotion programs. New […]
The Senior LinkAge Line® continues to be instrumental in helping to provide comprehensive non-biased counseling to Medicare beneficiaries. This is particularly important each year during the Medicare Open Enrollment Period (October 15 – December 7). This fall the Senior LinkAge Line® contact centers once again hired seasonal employees to handle Medicare-related calls during this time. […]
Winter in Minnesota brings hazards to older adults that can make it difficult and dangerous to get around. Many older adults become confined during cold months and feelings of isolation and depression may occur. Friends and family can help reduce the risk of depression by checking in as often as possible. Setting up a system […]
MNRAAA has received a $67,300 grant from the Southwest Initiative Foundation. The funding will be used to provide opportunities for two communities to engage in an age-friendly community building process that will identify the communities’ age-friendly assets and desired assets. Each of the two communities will develop and implement initiatives that when completed, will result […]
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