AAA Board’s letter to State Legislators (representing Dane County) and Speaker Vos supporting Medicaid Expansion in Wisconsin. 6-10-19
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AAA Legislative/Advocacy Committee Receives Ally of the Year Award
Presented by Colonial Club Executive Director Bob Power on 5/22/19 “for the consistent manner in which [the Committee] has pushed for increased funding for designated priority areas. These efforts are making a true impact on the lives of older adults in Dane County. While [the Committee members] are not Colonial Club volunteers in the traditional sense of the word, [their] dedicated volunteer work has benefitted the Colonial Club and the rest of the Dane County Focal Points. We are proud to partner with [the AAA Legislative/Advocacy Committee] on behalf of older adults.”
2019 Aging Advocacy Day (May 14th, 2019)
Dane County Board & Committee members, senior adults, and aging network professionals gathered at the State Capitol on May 14th, 2019--sponsored by AAA and hosted by the Wisconsin Aging Advocacy Network. The morning involved Advocate Training (to include highlighting the priority issues for the State’s 2019-2021 State Budget and tips for effective communication with state legislators) and Planning Time with Senate & District attendees. After forming for a Group Photo, the 340+ attendees visited their elected legislatures to strongly advocate for the six priority issues.
Key Issues for Wisconsin Aging Advocates
Free Welcome to Medicare Seminars | What you need to know about enrolling in Medicare
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Presented by AAA Elder Benefit Specialists
If you are turning age 64 this year, the Dane County Area Agency on Aging wants to help you make informed choices about your Medicare options! Do you understand what Medicare is and isn’t... how to avoid penalties for late enrollment in Medicare... and how to get the most out of your health and prescription benefit plans? Some decisions and actions about Medicare can take place 3-6 months before you turn 65, so don’t wait until you are turning 65 to understand all you need to know about this important benefit.
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