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Program helps vulnerable Seniors MEGAN PARROTT Staff Writer email@example.com (712) 325-5742
For southwest Iowa seniors wishing to retain their independence, staying at home has become a more viable option. The Case Management Program for the Frail Elderly coordinates community services for vulnerable seniors to prevent premature institutionalism. CMPFE is administered by the Iowa Department on Aging and is operated by 13 area agencies on aging in the state, including Southwest 8 Seniors Services at 300 W. Broadway Suite 240. To qualify for the free case management program offered through Southwest 8, potential consumers must be at least 60 years old and reside in Cass, Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie or Shelby counties. In addition, individuals must need assistance with daily activities relating to grooming, homemaking services and transferring, for example. Qualified services include: ■ Adult day care ■ Assistive devices, which aid people to become more independent, such as hands-free telephones, grab bars or shower chairs and wheelchairs ■ Chore services, such as assistance with heavy
housework or yard work ■ Consumer directed attendant care: assistance doing things that the client would normally be able to do if able ■ Home delivered meals ■ Home health aide services ■ Homemaker services, such as preparing meals, shopping and light housework ■ Home/vehicle maintenance or modification ■ Mental health outreach ■ Nursing care ■ Nutritional counseling ■ Personal emergency response systems ■ Respite ■ Senior companions ■ Transportation Sherrie McDonald, RN, is the case manager coordinator for Southwest 8 Senior Services. She oversees the program in this corner of the state and supervises the 13 case managers on staff at Southwest 8. The Case Management Program for the Frail Elderly serves roughly 550 individuals in southwest Iowa at any one time. Another 20 to 30 are in the process of getting into or exiting the program, said McDonald. To get involved with the program, individuals and their families are encouraged to contact Southwest 8. If it appears that the individual will qualify, Southwest 8 will recommend making an application
The Case Management Program for the Frail Elderly serves roughly 550 individuals in southwest Iowa at any one time. Another 20 to 30 are in the process of getting into or exiting the program, said Sherrie McDonald, case manager coordinator at Southwest 8.
for the Medicaid Elderly Waiver program through the Department of Human Services. “The benefit to the individual and their family is that if they qualify for the Medicaid Elderly Waiver program, that program will pay for many of the services they would need to be able to safely stay in their own homes,” said McDonald. Once financial eligibility is determined, a form is sent to the individual’s physician so level of care can be established. If approved financially and physically through a doctor, DHS refers the individual back to Southwest 8, at which point a case manager is assigned. Alternatively, non-
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criteria for the Medicaid Elderly Waiver program) are immediately assigned to a case manager. The rest of the process is the same, said McDonald. “If someone doesn’t qualify for the Elderly Waiver program and needs services, we seek for other funding sources to help meet their needs,” said McDonald. “If an individual can afford it, they pay for their services privately, but case managers can still assist getting those referrals made and remain as the case manager to help ensure the needed care is obtained.” Within 30 days after assignment, a case manager makes a home visit to complete an initial assessment of the client. At this time, a care plan is drawn up to list the home and community based services that would assist the individual in staying at home. “As the care plan is put together, the client always has the choice of what services they would like to have and what agency they would like to provide the service,” said McDonald. To move along the selection process, case managers have lists of approved Medicaid service providers. After establishing a care plan, the case manager will make initial contact to various service providers based on the consumer’s needs to
manager, is someone has assessed what your needs are and continues to do that and either arranges for or assists you get those services started,” said McDonald. “Your needs are then reviewed regularly with your case manager and changes are made as they are needed.” In addition, consumers using the program benefit from informed choices and having a coordination of services without duplication or gaps. For more information about CMPFE, call Southwest 8 at (712) 328-2540 or (800) 4329209.
strike a balance between what services the individual is interested in and what services are approved. Emergency needs can be handled immediately on a caseby-base basis, said McDonald. Once the initial care place is set and services have begun, case managers also make quarterly face-to-face visits and monthly phone calls to ensure everything is going well with the consumer. Clients are free to contact case managers as they need to, as well. “The biggest advantage of having a case
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Iowa SMP Monthly News Medicare Fraud Report Recent news from the Department of Justice, is a reminder that Medicare beneficiaries should continue to be vigilant for signs of suspected fraud. The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin recently announced that the corporation doing business as “Dr. Comfort” has agreed to plead guilty to felony charges of mail fraud (while defrauding Medicare) and will pay a $27 million civil settlement. Dr. Comfort is a widely advertised company that sells therapeutic shoes typically used by persons with diabetes and severe foot disease. From 2004 – 2006 Dr.
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Medicare officials they didn’t meet Medicare criteria. The CEO of the company will be excluded from participating in federal health care programs, including
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Harlan Senior Center Hi from the Harlan Senior Center we had special entertainment by Gary Weldon who is a tribute singer. This was on June 8 and 45 persons came and enjoyed his music. They thought he was very good and it really brought back memories. The show was sponsored by the following business Au Tek Transmissions, Border Fare, Cain Financial/Schmitz Insurance, Creative Concepts, Cyclone Lanes, Express Lube & Tire LLC, Fair
‘N’ Square, Flower Barn, Farmers Trust and Savings Bank, Floral Elegance, Harlan Auto Mart, Harlan Builders, Harlan Newspapers, HyVee, Terry Knapp-Real Estate, Kwik RX Pharmacy, Mickels, Midstates Bank, Nelson Farm Supply, Oaks Variety, Ouran Real Estate, Pexton Health Mart Pharmacy, Pizza Ranch, S & S Collision Center, Sorenson Equipment Co., United Bank of Iowa, Swanson Marine Sales/Touch of Class and the Harlan Senior Center Gary also did a show at Elm Crest Retirement Community the same day. A BIG THANKS to all the sponsors. July will start off with a new manager at the Center Durinda (DJ) Wellman, stop by and welcome DJ anytime. Tuesday, July 5 1:00 to 3:30 pm will be the Better Choices Better Health Workshop. The Alzheimer’s Support
Group meets Monday, July 11 at 2:00 pm. this group is so important to help you cope with this disease, you are not alone. Tuesday, July 12 9:30 am is Movies with Hy-Vee and Better Choices Better Health Workshop from 1:00 to 3:30 pm. This is the last session of this workshop. We would like to start another workshop soon. CENTERS/See Page 10
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Living healthier means living happier. Feel Better, Be in control and do the things you want. Find out more about Iowa Healthy Links Workshops. Call the Center to register 755-2757. There will be a Senior Council meeting on Thursday, July 14 9:30 am. and The Birthday and Anniversary Party will be at 5:30 pm note the change of time. There will be blood pressure checks and entertainment for the evening is, the Shelby County Fair Parade. Tuesday, July 19 will be the Life After Loss Support Group meeting at 5:00 pm. Blood Pressures will be taken on Thursday, July 21 from 11:15 to 12:00 noon. The second evening meal is Thursday, July 28 6:00 pm with blood pressure checks and entertainment provided by Stove Creek Music. Mondays and Friday Crafts at 9:00 am and Wednesdays 9:00 am Wii Game Morning and Bingo played at 1:00 pm. Come and enjoy the Center you are always welcome. I would like to say that I have enjoyed being the manager of the Center for 17 1/2 years and I will still be the Regional manager which will allow me to be in contact with the Center and can still keep track of folks. Thanks to all of you. Alice Oakland Senior
Center Happy 4th of July! We are grateful to live I a free country. We give thanks to those men and women who founded and fought for our United States of America and all the hopes, dreams and liberties that we stand for and preserve to this day. Oakland will be celebrating with lots of activities and we thank the senior center for stuffing envelopes and provided parade information to entrants. Taking part were Lee Knudsen, Francis Rollins, Dan Barnett and Lilly Palmer. On June 13th we traveled to Neola and met with their senior group to see the wonderful movie, Seabiscuit. The next day we held a brown bag bingo at the center and were joined by our friendly seniors from Carson. In June the talented Michael Lyon from the Merrymaker’s organization captivated us. Michael’s emphasis is on Broadway show tunes and opera. We thank the Iowa West Foundation for sponsoring this event. On Wednesday, July 6th Merrymaker’s will bring us the very entertaining Johnny Ray Gomez. Johnny is always a favorite and will perform at 6:00 p.m. after the 5:00 p.m. meal. Reservations must be made by 11:00 a.m. before Tuesday, July 5th. You may call the center at 712-482-3353.
We will have a special program on Monday, July 18th at 1:00 pm with our first appearance by the Council Bluffs Home Towners. This senior citizen, all volunteer chorus, performs at retirement centers, church luncheons and assisted living facilities. Please join us for the entertainment at 1:00 p.m. for this dynamic group. Reservations for the noon meal followed by the Council Bluffs Home Towners may be made by Friday, July 15th before 11:00 a.m. by calling the center at 712482-3353. Our annual pillow cleaning fundraiser will be held on Tuesday, August 2nd from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the center. Sleeping on a clean, sanitized pillow certainly sounds refreshing! Call the center for further information. Thanks to Lee Knudsen for coordinating this fundraiser. Attendance winners are Betty Cleveland, Irene Skank, Lee Knudsen, Dan Barnett and Neuonia Timberman. Our floors look bright and spotless thanks to the cleaning by Leslie Cleaveland. Many people have noticed the lovely decorative potted plants that now stand in from of the center. Nita Havick and her daughter, Kerri have certainly brightened our place by donating their gardening skills. Thanks to Nita and Kerri for
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AREA SENIOR CENTERS The following centers are affiliated with the Southwest 8 Nutrition Department. Meals from Southwest 8 Senior Services Senior Centers follow the menu on the last page of the Better Living Courier, and meals are based on a suggested contribution of $3 to individuals age 60 or older. For the following centers please make meal reservations at 11 a.m. one day in advance. Atlantic Senior Center 411 Walnut St. (712) 243-3599 M–F 9 a.m. to 4p.m.; Meals served Tues./Wed./Thurs., 11:30 a.m.
Council Bluffs at The Center 714 S. Main St. (712) 323-5995 M-F 12 p.m.
Harlan Senior Center* 706 Victoria (712) 755-2757 M-F 12 p.m.
Irwin Senior Center 520 Ann St. (712) 782-3367 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Oakland Senior Center 618 N. Hwy (712) 482-3353 M-F 12 p.m.
Red Oak Senior Center 109 E. Washington (712) 623-3497 M-F 12 p.m.
Carter Lake Senior Center 626 E. Locust St. (712) 347-6102 M-W, F 12 p.m. Thurs. 5 p.m.
Lakin Campus Senior Center 815 N. 16th St. (712) 310-0617, M-F 9:30 – 1:30, Serve at 11:30 a.m.
Shenandoah Sr. Center (Meal Site) 707 W. Summit St. (712) 246-5200 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Clarinda Senior Center 1140 E. Main St. (712) 542-2932 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Logan Senior Center 108 West Fourth St. (712) 644-2229 M-F 12 p.m.
Sidney Senior Center 2820 N. Ridge Road (712) 374-3053 M-F 12 p.m.
Dunlap Senior Center 619 Iowa St. (712) 643-2244 M-F 12 p.m.
Glenwood Sr. Center 20 N. Vine St. (712) 527-4213 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Malvern Senior Center 201 East Fourth St. (712) 624-8985 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Stanton Senior Center 326 Broad Ave. (712) 826-2782 Tue./Wed./Thurs. 11:45 a.m.
Hamburg Senior Center 1008 Main St. (712) 382-1670 Mon/Wed/Fri 12 p.m.
Missouri Valley Senior Center 100 S. Fourth St. (712) 642-3215 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Villisca Senior Center 312 S. Third Ave. (712) 826-5182 M-F 11:30 a.m.
Neola Senior Center 110 Fourth St. (712) 485-2179 M-F 12 p.m.
Woodbine Senior Center 411 Walker St. (712) 647-3011 M-F 11:30 a.m. Open 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch at 11:30 a.m.
The following centers are not affiliated with Southwest 8 Senior Services: Shenandoah Senior Activity Center 405 W. Sheridan Ave. (712) 246-2002 M/W/F. 12:30 to 4 p.m.; T, Th – 9:30am – 4pm. Meal 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Cumberland Senior Center 109 Main Street (712) 774-5727 M-F 11:30 a.m.
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