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60 Day Open Enrollment for Florida Medicaid Managed Care Starts October 1, 2021

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Florida asks for more time on potential Medicaid boost

The Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (EHEAP) has funds to help qualified St Johns County Seniors with energy bills.

Florida DCF launches $800 million rental assistance program

Most long-term care facilities meet Florida's backup power requirements

Long-term care industry facing changes as pandemic pushes more families toward home care

2019 Changes in Medicare Reimbursement to Skilled Nursing Facilities Reduced the Therapy the Residents Received

IRS struggles to fill jobs, deal with backlog through difficult tax season

St. Johns County Council on Aging (“COA”) just opened the NOCATEE COMMUNITY SENIOR CENTER

How to Help Senior Citizens Book COVID Shots

Read Governor DeSantis’ Order Establishing Priority For Administering COVID-19 Vaccine

People "Flocked" to Prepare Wills Last Year Due to COVID

Beware of COVID-19 vaccine scams using misleading web pages charging for vaccine appointments

January is Financial Awareness Month, These Are Four Tips To Protect Yourself And Your Loved Ones From On-Line Financial Scams


How Can We Visit Our Loved Ones Who Are in a Nursing Home or Other Facility in Florida?

Beware of Scammers Using Text to Impersonate IRS Saying that Will Receive $1,200 check

Coronavirus-related deaths in nursing homes prompt lawsuits and questions about who's responsible

Florida families may take long-term care residents home for the holidays, state says

Assisted-living facilities in Florida no longer have to test staff for the coronavirus

Florida Department of Elder Affairs recommends that Skilled Nursing Facilities allow family visits again

Why Hire a NAELA Elder and Special Needs Law Attorney?

Elder abuse appears to be climbing during the pandemic, experts say

43% of US Coronavirus Deaths are inked to Nursing Homes

Frequently Asked Questions by Guardians About the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the number of cases of COVID-19 (also called coronavirus) increases, so does the importance of programs like Medicare in helping older adults, people with disabilities, and their families build and maintain their health and economic security. Accordingly, policymakers are taking critical steps to ensure program preparedness, keep beneficiaries and the public informed, and facilitate timely access to appropriate care. Learn more... What You Need to Know About Coronavirus and Medicare Coverage

IRS starts using prepaid debit cards to send stimulus payments

Consumer Pamphlet: Probate In Florida

Track the Status of COVID-19 Stimulus Checks for Veterans

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Navy has extended presumption of exposure to agent orange to veterans who served in the Korean Demilitarized Zone

Florida House Bill Takes Aim at 'Exorbitant' Air Ambulance Costs

Know Your Court – County Court Jurisdictional Changes

Dementia vs. Alzheimer’s: Which Is It?

Use This Executor’s Checklist to Smooth Estate Transitions

Consumer Pamphlet: What Is Guardianship?

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