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Senior Citizens

This is a section of our website devoted to our senior citizens. All age groups can gain value in their lives by these issues, comments, and information to better enrich our community.


Senior Planet

Senior planet.org is a web based portal that is now open for seniors to take advantage of their online learning classrooms, exercise and health programs, technology training and such.  These are being offered for FREE through zoom lessons and is open for any one to join.  One can either join for free or offer a volunteer donation and become an online member.  During COVID-19 this website may be a great tool for individuals to connect with topics of their interest and choice to diminish social isolation. 

www.seniorplanet.org


The Warren Senior Voice - Spring 2020

Published by the Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Aging & Disability Services-ADRC

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Webinar: How to Use VA Telehealth­­­

The Division of Aging and Disability Services would like to inform you about an upcoming Webinar for Veterans

Date:  April 16, 2020
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Subject: How to Use VA Telehealth­­­.

To Register for the webinar visit:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/edf-presents-accessing-va-telehealth-services-during-the-covid-19-crisis-tickets-101908412806


Senior Medicare Patrol and Medicare Scams Awareness

Please be advised that there is a significant amount of Medicare fraud and Scams that are currently occurring. The Administration for Community Living would like to advise individuals on services offered through Senior Medicare Patrol to prevent, protect and investigate Medicare Fraud amongst those Medicare beneficiaries. 

Scammers are offering Medicare beneficiaries "free" screenings or cheek swabs for genetic testing to obtain their Medicare information for identity theft or fraudulent billing purposes. Fraudsters are targeting beneficiaries through telemarketing calls, booths at public events, health fairs, and door-to-door visits. Charles said that Good Samaritans of America, an alleged charity, is fraudulent and should be reported to Office of Inspector General. Visit https://oig.hhs.gov/fraud/hotline or call 1.899.447.8477.

SMP strongly encourages people to review their explanation of benefit and Medicare Summary Notices. If you should have any concerns, need help disputing an insurance charge or need to report a fraud contact 1.877.SMP.4359. You can visit their website at www.seniormedicarepatrolnj.org. To request a presentation on Medicare fraud and Scams that are currently occurring across the Country and NJ, please reach out to our office.

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Caregivers Café

Thursday, April 23, 2020
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

United Way Caregivers Coalition warmly invites you to the next gathering of our Caregivers Café.

The Café is a cozy evening...a time and place for caregivers to gather, unwind and connect with one another while painting. You will take your 12x12 canvas artwork home with you! Professional painting instruction provided by ARTstitution! Fun and light refreshments provided by your Caregiver Coalition friends!

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Social Security Phone Scams

The Inspector General of Social Security, Gail S. Ennis, is warning the public that telephone scammers may send faked documents by email to convince victims to comply with their demands.

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Warren County Division of Aging & Disability Services Presents

Understanding Medicare Part D and Open Enrollment

Featuring Richard Grabowsky, Medicare Coordinator

  • Learn about Medicare Parts A; B; C and D
  • Know the changes you can make during Open Enrollment
  • Protect yourself from marketing violations and fraud
  • Certified Counselors will be present to assist with plan comparison

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 1 pm – 3 pm

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National Memory Screening Program

FREE CONFIDENTAL MEMORY SCREENINGS

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Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC)


Warren County Outstanding Senior Nominations

Nominations are due by March 27, 2019

To celebrate Older Americans Month, the Warren County Aging Services Advisory Council annually conducts a county-wide search for an older adult to honor with the Mary Louise Christine Outstanding Senior Citizen of Warren County Award. We seek your help in identifying a Warren County senior whose service to their community has benefited other residents to the extent that you feel they are deserving of this distinction.


Free Classes - WC Senior Center

Free classes open to Warren County Residents 60+ Years of Age

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Community Immunization Information

With numerous myths and confusion surrounding vaccines, VNANNJ is pleased to offer an educational presentation to help you make sense of it all. Join us as we provide an overview of some of the most important adult vaccinations, as well as answer some of your most pressing questions:

  • Will the Flu Vaccine give me the flu?
  • Do I need a Chicken Pox vaccine?
  • If everyone else has the MMR Vaccine, why do I need it?

Date: Thursday September 13, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm—7:30 pm
Location: Warren County Library—Northeast Branch 40 US-46, Hackettstown, NJ

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Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) Speakers Bureau

The Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey (VNA) wants to be invited to an upcoming meeting of your club, service organization, civic or employee group in greater Morris County.

  • Experienced and knowledgeable speakers are available to give talks about your choice of topics including Caring for the CaregiverDiabetes and YouHome Safety & Fall Prevention and Understand Hospice.
  • Presentations are generally 30 minutes in length but can be tailored to meet your group’s needs and audience members are welcome to ask questions.
  • Speakers are available for both daytime and evening events for groups as small as 4-5 or as large as several hundred.

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Warren County Community Senior Center Lunch Menu


Community Senior Center Activities - March 2020


Do You Have Concerns About Falling?

A Matter of Balance

Many older adults experience concerns about falling and restrict their activities. A MATTER OF BALANCE is an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels.

COACH TRAINING OFFERED
May 7 & 8, 2018
9:30 am – 3:30 pm

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Hospice Compassionate Care

We understand that families may feel overwhelmed while taking care of terminally ill loved ones. In order to ease that burden, we provide:

  • A dedicated presence for patients and families on nights and weekends Specialty programs to prevent re-hospitalizations
  • Thorough symptom management
  • And a quick response time when it comes to patient needs

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Wellness Programs


Volunteers Needed

The Warren County Community Senior Centers are looking for volunteers to play games, lead discussion groups, book clubs, instruct exercise programs, AND MORE at each of our four Center locations: Belvidere, Hackettstown, Phillipsburg & Washington.
 
To learn how you can join the fun as a participant, a leader, or a volunteer call Diane Gyorfi: 908-689-5208

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PTR-1 Form

New Jersey Property Tax Reimbursement ("Senior Freeze") Application

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Grandparent Scam - What You Need To Know

Please see link below received from NJ Adult Protective Services Coordinator with information on a scam targeting seniors.

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Donations Accepted

The Warren County Division of Aging & Disability Services always seeks donations of durable medical equipment such as: wheelchairs, walkers, canes, bed side rails, portable ramps, power chairs, scooters, hospital beds, and more.

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Volunteers Needed

Our Senior Nutrition, Activities & ADRC Centers ("SNAAC") are looking for volunteers to play games, lead discussion groups and book clubs, instruct exercise programs, AND MORE at each of our four SNAAC locations: Belvidere, Hackettstown, Phillipsburg & Washington.

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Busy Seniors:

The Busy Seniors from Liberty, Independence and surrounding areas meet every Friday at the St Peter and Paul parish hall (corner Hope Road and Rt. 46) in Liberty Township. The meeting is at 2 PM. anyone who would like too join our club will be welcomed.

"People usually get to the seniors club earlier than 2 o'clock and mostly everyone plays cards. Some poker, some pinockle and then a game called pokerino which is like bingo. Another table is the gab table. We also run monthly trips to Atlantic City ,these are paid for by the individuals going. We have covered dish lunches on special occasions. We also have day trips to various places. And we have cakes and coffee on meeting days. Join us!"

- Ken


Senior Services:

State of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services

Many links. Most interesting is perhaps the Senior Gold Prescription Discount Program.