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Susquehanna SeniorNet group schedules next session of classes

March 4, 2014 WILLIAMSPORT – The Susquehanna SeniorNet Learning Center, sponsored by the James V. Brown Library, has scheduled its next session of computer classes for older adult. more »»

Red Cross warns seniors about dangers from winter storms

February 14, 2014 MUNCY - January's cold arctic-like winds and many days below freezing temperatures brought some valid safety concerns for many citizens. "Winter storms can be deceptive killer. more »»

Legislation to educate consumers about their admission status during hospital treatment

January 21, 2014 HARRISBURG --- The Pennsylvania Health Care Association and Center for Assisted Living Management (PHCA/CALM) applauded Rep. more »»

Connecting the Dots

November 19, 2013 Editor's Note: This is the last of the series written by Montgomery High School web journalism seniors for seniors on their thoughts of becoming of age. more »»

Connecting the Dots

November 1, 2013 MONTGOMERY - There's nothing better than sitting around a fire and listening to your Dad and Grandpa discuss old football stories. You sit there, amazed, wondering how they have accomplished so muc. more »»

Connecting the Dots: Seniors to Seniors

October 1, 2013 Editors note: This is article one in the series “Connecting the Dots” written by Journalism seniors at Montgomery High School for seniors. more »»

Local man receives honorable award from Silver Sneakers program

September 10, 2013 MUNCY - Robert Miller from Hughesville most recently won the Richard L. Swanson Inspiration Award at the Silver Sneakers program from the East Lycoming YMCA in Muncy Township. more »»

Older Workers in PA Can Start 'Second Career' Search Online

July 2, 2013 HARRISBURG - After retirement, many seniors discover they want to do something with their free time, and find as well that they need extra money for living expenses, so they start second careers. more »»

Phone scammers prey on seniors

May 7, 2013 Scambook, the Internet's leading complaint resolution platform, is warning senior citizens on the trending phone scam capitalizing on a fraudulent Medicare. more »»

Supreme Court's Elder Law Task Force will tackle growing abuses to older Pennsylvanians

April 30, 2013 HARRISBURG - The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has formed an Elder Law Task Force, chaired by Justice Debra Todd, to study the growing problems involved in guardianship, abuse and neglect, and acces... more »»

AARP: Change in Benefits Pending for Veterans, Seniors

April 5, 2013 HARRISBURG - A little-known and little-understood proposed change in how certain federal benefits are calculated could impact the bottom lines of seniors, veterans and the disabled in Pennsylvania... more »»

Medicare 101: What Does Medicare A & B Cover?

February 26, 2013 So, what does, and doesn’t, Medicare cover?  For those with original, fee-for-service Medicare, the following lists offer the highlights. more »»

Deadline Approaches for Social Security's "Paperless" System

February 26, 2013 HARRISBURG - The March 1 deadline is approaching for anyone who receives Social Security, SSI payments, or veterans' benefits by mail. more »»

“Medicare 101—The Basics”

January 29, 2013 People often confuse Medicare with Medicaid—two programs which sound very much alike, and which often serve the same people, but are different. more »»

Updated guide to legal issues for seniors available online

January 15, 2013 HARRISBURG– The Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) has issued a newly revised publication, “A Guide to Legal Issues for Pennsylvania Senior Citizens,” which includes important updates on Medicare,... more »»

Report: Privatizing Lottery a Losing Ticket for PA Seniors

January 8, 2013 HARRISBURG - As the clock ticks on a bid to privatize the Pennsylvania Lottery, a new report says the deal is a bad one for the state and its seniors. more »»

Senior Report

January 2, 2013 HARRISBURG - As the clock ticks on a bid to privatize the Pennsylvania Lottery, a new report says the deal is a bad one for the state and its seniors. more »»

Helping seniors, one sock at a time

December 18, 2012 MUNCY - This year for the first time, the YMCA in Muncy Township set up a Christmas tree in the front lobby for members and children to donate socks for senior. more »»

Health care law delivers higher payments to primary care physicians

November 6, 2012 Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the final rule implementing the part of the health care law that delivers higher payments to primary care physicians serving... more »»

 
 

 

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