COVID-19 Resources For Senior Centers | NCOA
NCOA and NISC care about keeping senior centers safe and healthy, and information on how to deal with COVID-19 is critical as the situation continues to develop.. On this page, we will share the latest best practice information that senior centers are using to prevent the spread of the virus and keep their participants safe.
Actived: Tuesday Jul 7, 2020
9 Free Resources for Managing Your Money - Economic
Examples include eating out two fewer times each month to save on entertainment, using coupons on food and clothing, and carpooling to save on transportation. Finally, you’ll get a personalized action plan that you can use to stay on task—set-up email reminders, check off to-do items, and print so that you can stay focused even when offline.
How to STRETCH your Grocery Budget!
(i.e 5 cents off ten bags of candy = NOT worth it). Does your grocery store have a senior discount day, or do they double coupons during the week. Ask the customer service desk and you might be surprised! No paper coupons – try going into the store, walgreens has a monthly savings pass book with many different coupons.
4 Important Vaccines for Seniors Covered by Medicare
Older adults—even if you are healthy—are at higher risk when it comes to the flu due to age-related weakening of our immune systems, making it more difficult for us to fight off disease. For the 86% of adults 65+ who are managing a chronic condition —like diabetes or heart disease—the flu can be even more dangerous because you are more
Buy skinless chicken parts, or take off the skin before cooking.Boneless skinless chicken breasts and turkey cutlets are the leanest poultry choices. At the deli counter, choose lean turkey, roast beef, ham, or low-fat luncheon meats for sandwiches instead bologna or salami.
Senior SNAP Enrollment Initiative - NCOA
beyond clipping coupons and counting pennies. She may ask herself, can I cut my pills in half to make my prescription last an extra month? Can I leave my health conditions untreated just a little bit longer, until I can afford that Medicare copayment? Should I turn off the air-conditioning during this heat wave to keep my costs down?
CLOSING THE SENIOR SNAP GAP SUMMIT
35. I wish to think “cut off” times especially hard for working folks 36. I wish AARP vans (and other service vans that already go to seniors) would provide SNAP applications, counsel, etc. 1 37. I wish coordinated eligibility benefits sign-up - Income requirements are same - Benefits requirements are same 2 2 2 RG, ? 38.