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Social Security Status

Social Security status has changed little from last year image: http://seniorjournal.com/images/Symbols/Social%20Security/SocSecCardCornder.jpg Trustees’ annual report does note $23 billion increase in trust funds June 22, 2016 – Not much has changed in the financial status of the Social Security Trust Funds since last year, according to today’s release of the annual report on the status of

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Senior Housing Group

BY KATE MARTIN kmartin@thenewstribune.com A senior housing nonprofit that spans five Puget Sound counties has agreed to work with a Tacoma nonprofit to accommodate residents with disabilities, resolving a complaint filed with federal housing authorities. Tacoma-based Fair Housing Center of Washington filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development last fall

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Federal Proposal Calls For Disability Hiring Quota

Under a new proposal, the federal government would be required to take sweeping steps to utilize affirmative action to increase the number of workers with disabilities in its ranks. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said this week that it is proposing a rule that would require federal agencies to work toward a 12 percent

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Understanding the Signs of Alzheimer’s

By Diana Kohnle, HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) — As you age, you may get more forgetful, but Alzheimer’s disease is much more than that. The Alzheimer’s Association explains these warning signs: Forgetting information of life-changing importance. This may include new information that you’ve just learned, important information or asking for the same information repeatedly. Having

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Seniors Should Get Routine Vision Checks

By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 1, 2016 (HealthDay News) — There’s just not enough good data to say whether or not seniors should be routinely screened for vision trouble by their primary care physicians, an influential panel of U.S. experts reports. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) believes current data isn’t adequate

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