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Scam Alerts During COVID-19

Unfortunately, as the world is dealing with a pandemic, fraudsters are finding ways for personal gain during these uncertain times. Scams related to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly increasing as the public health emergency continues. Scammers are targeting older adults and fraudsters are attempting to bill Medicare for sham tests and treatments. The attached fraud alert will help you understand a bit more about what the fraudsters are attempting to do and how Medicare … Read More

COVID-19 Related Resource links

Wisconsin Department of Health Services - https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm Richland County - http://covid.co.richland.wi.us  Juneau County - http://www.co.juneau.wi.gov/emergency-information.html Sauk County - https://www.co.sauk.wi.us/publichealth/coronavirus Crawford County - https://www.crawfordcountywi.org/   … Read More

Link to Social Security and COVID-19 related questions

We at the ADRC of Eagle Country hope to be a resource in this time of confusion.  For up to date information regarding Social Security please click the link below to be redirected directly to their website.  If you have further questions or needs please contact us at 1-877-794-2372. https://www.ssa.gov/coronavirus/   … Read More

March 18th is the last day to register to vote online (or by mail) for the Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary on April 7th

Voter Registration Are you a new voter? Have you recently moved and will now be voting at a new polling location? If you want to avoid in person registration, March 18th is the last day to register to vote online (or by mail) for the Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary on April 7th. Start or update your registration at https://myvote.wi.gov/. After March 18th you will still be able to register to vote in person up until April 3rd at your local clerk’s office - Find your … Read More

Dementia – Steering into the Skid Event

A dementia friendly community is one that cares about its neighbors; one that listens to the feelings of its residents with dementia; one that sees the signs; one that understands the needs; and one that acts. It’s a place where people with dementia will live as independently as possible. Where they will be valued and respected. Where they will engage in activities that we all take for granted and will be supported as these activities become more difficult. Where the changes in the person … Read More