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Senior Medicare Patrol Warns of COVID-19 Fraud

The Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) has been receiving complaints of unsolicited callers using the fear and uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic to prey on Medicare beneficiaries. Protect yourself from these scams by knowing what to look for and how to verify that something is real.

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The Pandemic’s Threat to Older Workers

Older workers facing job loss have a harder time re-entering the workforce, which is why SCSEP is a valuable lifeline in getting them back to employment.

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COVID-19, My Grandma, and My 401K

From a discussion of benefits access to a discussion on immediate health risks, financial risk, and deciphering the differences between social distancing, quarantine or isolation—families, friends, and neighbors are staying connected on what is keeping them up at night, while remaining physically disconnected.

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Managing the COVID-19 Crisis for Vulnerable Populations

More than 1,600 people attended our tele-town hall event last week. Hear what our panelists said about the needs of older adults and how aging services professionals can serve them during this crisis.

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COVID-19 Shows Why Equal Pay Matters

March 31 is Equal Pay Day. In the age of COVID-19, it’s another stark reminder that older women would be better prepared financially if the wage gap didn’t follow them into retirement.

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4 Coronavirus Scams to Avoid

Scammers are quick to exploit emergencies to cheat people out of money, and the coronavirus pandemic unfortunately is no exception.

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Finding a Common Language for Intergenerational Work Cultures

The Juanita C. Grant Foundation has done extensive research on the workforce development challenges facing people ages 50+. A strong theme in the results of that research is the possibility of interviewing with and being under the direction of someone much younger.

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