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KleinLife receives $10,000 for Home Delivered Meals Program

The program provides 70,000 meals annually to local seniors who cannot shop or cook for themselves

Long-Term Care Ombudsman seminar set for Oct. 14

The ombudsman program provides advocacy services and information on the rights of long-term care facility residents

Medicaid and asset protection webinar

This online event is set for Oct. 20, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Medicare open enrollment begins Oct. 15

The Department of Aging is offering free insurance counseling

Older adults reminded about importance of immunizations

Immunity from vaccines can wear off as people age, making them vulnerable to sickness and disease

Tips to help older adults vote safely in the November general election

The Pennsylvania Department of Aging outlined ways older adults can stay safe while voting during the COVID-19 emergency

Asset protection webinar set for Sept. 29

This virtual presentation is free and offered by Newman Elder Law

Updated COVID-19 guidance released for assisted living facilities

Communal activities and visitation can resume if the level of community spread surrounding the long-term care facility is low enough, and the facility has no active cases or outbreaks

Dept. of Aging reminds residents of importance of fall prevention

Resources are available for older adults to assess their risk for falls and learn how to prevent them

Dept. of Aging releases study on financial exploitation of older residents

The department is calling for a needed update to the Older Adults Protective Services Act
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Bucks Commissioners to meet Nov. 4

The meeting will be broadcast on Facebook at 10 a.m.

Fitzpatrick, Kuster release statement on Purdue Pharma’s conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

The lawmakers believe Purdue intentionally caused millions of unsuspecting people to become addicted to powerful painkillers for profit

Pennsbury green-lights hybrid for elementary, middle schoolers

The board did not reach a decision regarding the high school, discussion will continue at next meeting