**Our support is truly inspired by others that we have met in our lives**
Our Mission Statement:
We are solely inspired by other people that we encounter everyday in our personal lives. These are people that seem to live from their hearts in helping others…Senior Care Facilities, Home Health Care and medical community for the very high standards of care they have created to assist the mobility challenged.
*Occasionally we meet seniors that are in need of something that may make their lives a little easier for them*
-Mark & Gary recently met Fred, an elderly man of 91 yrs. young at a Senior facility. Fred ran his wheelchair into his apartment walls when he attempted to answer his telephone in his bedroom. He had no Cordless phone-
Tracy-*fund raiser*(from a Marketing Research Company)
Vickie (from a Law Firm) donated a brand new Cordless Phone
With his new cordless phone his life is a little easier-and his walls are thankful too! we also donated our time too -by rearranging his small apartment making it easier to get around.
We try, the best we can, to help..
Thoughts for Today:'The Song of the Birds' (click on-takes 1 min.)
By my Special Friend: Tracy
Why has the Elderly Lost Society's Respect: wanted to put this video here, maybe for Us not to lose the vision & for all of Us to step up and help the best We can...( mean't to be inspirational to all..)
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. – Anne Frank
“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. And because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.” – Helen Keller
On a Personal Note:
ABC News also covered the Medicare fraud bust. You can read their report here.
According to the ABC report, Medicare requires doctors to “certify” that services are legitimate and eligible for Medicare reimbursement. Federal officers accused Dr. Jacques Roy, the alleged leader of the scheme, of selling his certification to nearly 500 Texas home health care companies, who were then able to fraudulently bill Medicare for services not provided. The operation produced thousands of false Medicare claims by recruiting individuals, including the homeless, for home health care and other unnecessary services.
The Medicare program has also taking strides towards combating Medicare fraud by launching a fraud-detecting computer system last summer, as reported by the Associate Press. What Can You Do to Help? Fighting Medicare fraud is not only limited to government officials and high-tech computer software; Medicare beneficiaries can also be proactive in the fight against Medicare fraud.
Medicare recommends the following “3 easy steps” to fight fraud:
Review your Medicare claims to make sure they are accurate. Check them early — the sooner you see and report errors, the sooner we can stop fraud.
Learn how to protect your personal information.
Be on the lookout for suspicious activity.
The US Depart of Health and Human Services reportedly saved taxpayers $4.1 billion dollars last year thanks to tips for individuals reporting suspicious Medicare activity.
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