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Caregiver Wishlist: Top 3 Gifts

Caregiver’s wishlist is a thing! The holiday season can mean stress and frustration, instead of comfort and joy. Check this out to find out what is on your caregiver’s wishlist!

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The 411 on Open Enrollment

Just like with any insurance plan, there is a period of open enrollment where those with a MCO can change which MCO they are enrolled with, once per year.

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5 Tips for Aging in Place

Many families and individuals choose to consider aging in place or to stay in their home as opposed to taking up residence in a senior facility.
Several senior centers have been grossly impacted by Covid and the pandemic. The potential for contracting the deadly virus is highly possible for anyone outside the home.

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Looking for Waiver Help?

Do you need Virginia medicaid waiver help? Perhaps you are seeking guidance with paperwork or locating resources. Moms In Motion/At Home Your Way can help! 

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Respite Care: What’s the Scoop?

Sometimes, a person who has a disability or medical needs requires around the clock care. The caregiver will undoubtedly need to relax, rest, handle their own affairs, exercise, retail therapy and even go on vacation. If you are the primary, unpaid caregiver you may benefit from the use of respite care.

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Action Needed

Appendix K Flexibilities Extended

We hope this communication finds you and your family safe and well during this unprecedented time. We wanted to provide you with an update on Appendix K flexibilities.

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Rare Disease Awareness: Shining a Light on the Unseen Battles

Rare Disease Day is an annual event that aims to raise awareness about rare diseases and the challenges faced by those affected. In this blog post, we will explore the history of Rare Disease Day and delve into its significance in creating a more inclusive and supportive world for individuals with rare diseases. What is

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Saving Lives One Donation at a Time

Understanding the Importance of Blood Donation and How You Can Make a Difference Blood Donor Awareness Month is an annual campaign held in January to raise awareness about the critical need for blood donations and to recognize the selfless individuals who donate their blood to save lives. This month-long observance aims to educate the public

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National Book Month for Special Needs Children​

Every October is National Book Month. The month-long celebration emphasizes the value of reading, writing, and literature.  How Reading Can Help Special Needs Children Reading aloud to young children is an excellent approach to engage them while also fostering language development and early literacy skills. When it comes to reading to special needs children, it

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month​

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is celebrated in September.Thanks to contemporary medical therapies and excellent patient care, around 80% of children cancer cases can be effectively treated. Childhood cancer is the most prevalent type of cancer in children, and the most common type of cancer in children is acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).

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