Evaluating Your Options During Medicare Open Enrollment


Have you heard that the Medicare Open Enrollment period begins October 15 and ends December 7? This is an annual event. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be more important than ever for beneficiaries to review and choose the plan that best suits their health care needs. Every year, Medicare health and drug plans make… Read more »

Join the Constitution Day Celebration


  Did you know that September 17 marks Constitution Day? Established to acknowledge and honor the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, it is a day to really reflect on the importance of the rights afforded to U.S. citizens by this critical, historical document.  The power of the preamble to the U.S.… Read more »



Emily Post once said that considering the rights and feelings of others is the “very foundation upon which social life is built.”  Masks are worn to protect our health and that of others, yet, not everyone adheres to this request made by the U.S. Surgeon General. Why not use etiquette to change behavior? Instead of… Read more »

National Senior Citizen Day

  Did you know that August 21st is National Senior Citizen Day? Established by President Ronald Reagan in 1988, it is a day to recognize the important role Older Americans play in our lives and our community. National Senior Citizen Day may be the perfect opportunity to recognize the contributions of U.S. seniors, as well… Read more »

Alzheimer’s Disease is a Lot More than Just Forgetfulness


Did you know that June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month? The annual public education campaign is dedicated to serving impacted and at-risk seniors, their family members, and caregivers. It also involves advocates across health care, legal, and nonprofit communities. A pillar of the campaign is dispelling common misconceptions, as such it is important to… Read more »