Massachusetts residents who are 65 or older or have disabilities can get supplemental assistance through Prescription Advantage to help pay for prescription medication. Prescription Advantage is a prescription drug assistance program run by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA). How Can Prescription Advantage Help? Prescription Advantage provides prescription …Continue Reading What Is Prescription Advantage?
Persons with disabilities, elders, and their caregivers can face a unique set of challenges in their everyday life. Massachusetts offers several programs to make things less overwhelming for those involved such as home care, financial assistance, and better access to medicine. With these resources, caregivers …Continue Reading Paying for Life’s Necessities: Massachusetts Resources for Elders, People with Disabilities, and Caregivers
As Thanksgiving approaches, millions of Americans are looking forward to celebrating the holiday with family, friends, heaping plates of food, and maybe even some football. It’s a time of plenty for most but for some of the 750,000 Massachusetts residents who experience hunger and struggle …Continue Reading Hunger Relief Programs in Massachusetts
Americans are living longer now than in previous decades, with many people reaching their 70s, 80s, and beyond. According to a report on aging and health in America published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of Americans aged 65 or older …Continue Reading September is Healthy Aging Month
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