Health Care Scams Cost Medicare Beneficiaries Billions Article by Senior Medicare Patrol The Medicare program and Medicare beneficiaries lose an estimated $60 to $90 billion each year to health care fraud as older adults are increasingly targeted by scam artists. This fact sheet provides basic information and tips you can use to help prevent health care fraud in your facility. Senior center and senior housing staff are in a unique position to help
If you need assistance with long-term care costs, Medicaid coverage may be available. Learn about the eligibility requirements for Medicaid Long-Term Care, transfer of assets, spousal protections, and more at this free seminar. Guest speaker is attorney Cara M. Chase from Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee, PLLC. Please RSVP to this free event at 254-770-2330 or 254-770-2342. The event will be held on August 22, 2019, at 10 A.M. to noon,
Transfer property to your heirs and avoid the probate process by filing a Transfer on Death Deed. Join us for this free workshop and learn information and requirements from Paul J. Zambie with the Texas Legal Services Center. This workshop will be held at the CTCOG building, 2180 N. Main Street in Belton, on June 27 at 10 A.M. to noon. Please RSVP by calling 254-770-2330 or 254-770-2342.
Reduce Energy Costs with Help from Hill Country Community Action, Inc. If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI), VA Means-Tested Program Income, or otherwise qualify for assistance, you could receive free installation of weatherization materials and education. Services you may qualify for include: Ceiling, wall, and floor insulation Caulking/weather stripping Duct sealing/air infiltration measures Tune up or replacement of inefficient heating & cooling systems/appliances Refrigerator Energy Star Windows Water heater insulation