Long Term Care Ombudsman

Long Term Care Ombudsman

An ombudsman is a person who responds to the concerns of elderly persons or disabled adults who live in long-Term care facilities.

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Information & Assistance

Information & Assistance

Our Information and Assistance Program is designed to link people in need with the appropriate services for their unique situation. Through state certified technicians, a database of service providers and a statewide toll-free phone service the I & A system can provide comprehensive and current local resources such as:

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Commodity Supplement Food Program

Commodity Supplement Food Program

CSFP is operated under the guidelines of the USDA. This program provides food assistance for age 60 or over who qualify, by way of monthly allocation of commodity foods.

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WELCOME TO MEDICARE

¬SAVE THE NEW DATE! WELCOME TO MEDICARE JUNE 23, 2021 | 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM MT Learn about signing up for Medicare! Originally planned for April 7, 2021, this event has been moved to June 23, 2021. Go to www.shiphelp.org to learn more. Registration will open in April. This virtual Medicare fair is for

TRAVEL MONTANA

TRAVEL UPDATES Going-to-the-Sun Road Ticketed Entry Glacier National Park is instituting an online reservation system (ticketed entry) for the Going-to-the-Sun Road corridor between the park’s West and St. Mary Entrances from May 28 to September 6, 2021. Online Entry Reservation System (Ticketed Entry) Day-use visitors who arrive by private vehicle or motorcycle and enter the

Awareness is the Key to Phishing and Spoofing

Awareness is the Key to Phishing and Spoofing Just like with regular fishing, when phishing the criminals are baiting a hook to catch you. Phishing is a technique of sending an email intending to trick you into clicking on a malicious link or downloading an attachment potentially laced with malware. The scammer may use spoofing

Helping Seniors Drive Safer and Longer

AAA – Facts & Research Seniors are safe drivers compared to other age groups, since they often reduce risk of injury by wearing safety belts, observing speed limits, and not drinking and driving. However, they are more likely to be injured or killed in traffic crashes due to age-related vulnerabilities, such as more fragile bones.

Important Ways to Slow the Spread

Things to Remember before and after your vaccine: cdc.gov Important Ways to Slow the Spread Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth to help protect yourself and others. Stay 6 feet apart from others who don’t live with you. Get a COVID-19 vaccine when it is available to you. Avoid crowds and poorly

Kelly Moorse Memorial Document Clinic

When: Wednesday, April 28th 9:00am – 4:00pm Where: REMOTE: Call for phone appointments Space is limited and appointments must be made in advance of the clinic. To register or find out more, contact Katy Lovell, Legal Service Developer at 406-444-7787 or 1-800-332-2272. Kelly Moorse Memorial Document Clinic The Montana Aging Services Bureau will be holding