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Fredrickson Honored with Barbara McGinity SMP Leadership Award

Anne Fredrickson, the Ohio SMP Project Manager, has been honored with the Barbara McGinity SMP Leadership Award. Congratulations, Anne!

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Volunteer Hils: Almost 200 Hours in 2016

Volunteer Hotline Attorney Elizabeth Hils put in 173.5 hours in 2016 tackling legal problems for Ohioans. She answered older people’s questions about Medicaid, Social Security, consumer debt, foreclosure, wills, Power of Attorney, and so much more. Thank you, Elizabeth!

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Pro Seniors Co-Hosts “Hot Topics in Elder Law”

The Cincinnati Bar Association Elder Law Practice Group in collaboration with Pro Seniors hosted “Hot Topics in Elder Law” on April 6th, as part of the Bar Association’s continuing legal education program. Several friends of Pro Seniors were involved in the planning and program.

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Winners of the O’ Lucky You Grand Raffle

Want to know if you won in our O’ Lucky You Grand Raffle? We have the full list here.

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Moore is the Council on Aging’s 2017 Outstanding Professional in Aging Award Winner

Rhonda Moore, executive director of Pro Seniors, has been selected the Council on Aging’s 2017 Outstanding Professional in Aging Award Winner for making a significant contribution to services for older adults and their families in Southwestern Ohio. She will be honored on March 15th.

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Sheline Picked to Become Managing Attorney

Miriam Sheline will become the next Pro Seniors’ Managing Attorney on January 3, 2017.

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Attorney Barnes has Article in CBA Report

Attorney Matt Barnes has co-authored an article about the changes in Ohio’s Medicaid program that has been published in the CBA Report.

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Bogus IRS Calls

The Federal Trade Commission has received more complaints about bogus IRS phone calls than any other subject. Find out how these scammers operate and what you can do to protect yourself.

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New Rule Provides Opportunity for Justice in Nursing Homes

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the federal agency in charge of long-term care facilities, has issued a new rule effective November 2016 that cuts Medicare and Medicaid funding to facilities that require nursing home residents to agree to arbitration as a condition of admission. Find out why this is the most significant rule governing federal funding of long-term care facilities in more than two decades.

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Attorney Walters Writes about Handling Hotline Abuse Calls

Pro Seniors’ hotline attorney Mike Walters has written an article “Hotline Abuse Calls – Lessons Learned” about handling cases of abuse, neglect and exploitation for The CERA Blog.

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