Older Americans often have sight, hearing, mobility and cognition disabilities that make internet use difficult. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is making its web presence more senior citizen-accessible.
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Oh my gosh. It’s almost 2015! How did that happen?! Other than working to deadline and wondering if it’s too late to send parcels, here are some things I’m thinking about for my work life and the new year. If you build it, they may not come. Our love affair with technology has taken usRead… Read more »
The following cat videos were posted on the official Social Security Youtube page as well as placed Skip Ads on Youtube to encourage retiring online through our new website. The SSA website redesign is seen in the video as well. All cats and voice over talent were volunteer in an effort to save money. FromRead… Read more »
To read this blog and more, visit our blog at http://wistatetreasury.wordpress.com The Wisconsin State Treasury and the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) are teaming up to help veterans claim money they may have lost or forgotten. The agreement between myself and WDVA Secretary John Scocos permits the Unclaimed Property Unit in the State TreasuryRead… Read more »
Police in Rocky River, Ohio, are supplying its citizens with high-tech electronic bracelets that use cell phone technology to pinpoint the wearer’s location. Rocky River’s population is nearly one third senior citizens, making them the target audience for this new technology. The bracelets are tied into the 911 system, allowing police to rapidly respond ifRead… Read more »