03/02/10 Aging and Adult Services HICAP Video The Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) provides free assistance with Medicare problems and other health insurance issues for seniors and disabled adults.
Transcript of Video Healthy Living Program (Formerly SNAP-Ed) The Healthy Living Program helps those age 60 to establish healthier eating habits and a more physically-active lifestyle.
BEAS coordinates long-term care support services through contracts at the local level, thus reflecting the commitment of DHHS to strengthen the autonomy of local communities and to direct resources to where they are needed most.
Aging Issues Aging Issues is a free newsletter published three times per year by the Office of Human Services, Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS).
Note: APS does not investigate suspected abuse in long-term care (LTC) settings.Also provides home-delivered meals to seniors 60 and over who are under the direction of a physician and unable to leave their home.Our department is committed to providing community-based services to ensure seniors and disabled adults remain safely in their home.The purpose of Aging Issues is to provide older adults and caregivers with information on NH DHHS/BEAS programs and services and other helpful resources, as well as information on special events that may be of interest. Aging Issues also seeks to recognize and highlight the valuable contributions that older adults and caregivers make to their communities and to the State of New Hampshire.
Apparently, they heard about the fact that he likes to stretch in his jock strap during pregame #Jaguars pic.twitter.com/t Yhpq7S9H0 — John Breech (@johnbreech) September 18, 2019 The letter was written by the vice president of the company on the heels of reports that Minshew enjoys warming up in his only his jock strap.