New Medicare cards are being mailed out between April 2018 and April 2019. The new cards have a new Medicare Number, which is only used for your Medicare coverage. Social Security numbers will not be printed on the new cards, helping to protect you from identity theft. To get ready, make sure the mailing address […]
AZ4A thanks Congress for Older Americans Act increases in the FY2018 federal funding bill that passed with bipartisan support in March. AZ4A is grateful for the increases provided to vital Older Americans Act (OAA) programs and services funded through the U.S. Administration on Aging and delivered locally by Arizona’s Area Agencies on Aging and our […]
Arizona’s Area Agencies on Aging urge support of the Governor’s FY 2019 Budget Proposal, and urge legislators to help maintain the competitiveness of AAA by appropriating an additional $232,000 to compensate for the minimum wage increase of January 1, 2018.
Arizona Area Agency on Aging directors are attending the n4a 24th annual Aging Policy Briefing in Washington, DC in April. This year’s briefing focuses on the changes underway in Washington regarding health care, aging, and budget policy.
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