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Home Care Daily recently published an article that reviews the nuts and bolts of SB 567, a piece of legislation that will affect how the Circuit Breaker Tax Credit is implemented in the State of Missouri. To read the entire article, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK.

Since 2005, the Money Follows the Person (MFP) program has been instrumental in helping more than 75,000 older adults and people with disabilities transition from institutional settings back to the community. However, new funding for MFP expired in 2016, and advocates and lawmakers have been working to promote a bipartisan plan to extend funding that […]

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Washington— The following message was issued by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging in response to recent budget proposals on the national level: The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) is gravely concerned that the deep cuts to vital community programs included in the budget proposal President Trump sent to Congress […]

The Missouri Senate is currently considering a bill that will end the Circuit Breaker Property Tax rebate for tens of thousands of seniors. Missouri Senate Bill 567 will eliminate the circuit breaker for 60,000 Missourians, and the credit will be reduced for an additional 55,000 seniors. Senate leaders have revived an effort to repeal the […]

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  • Feb 17 - Another Point Of View On SB 567- Home Health Options
    Home Care Daily recently published an article that reviews the nuts and bolts of SB 567, a piece of legislation that will affect how the Circuit Breaker Tax Credit is implemented in the State of Missouri. To read the entire article, PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK.
  • Feb 17 - Federal Budget Proposals Put Seniors At Risk
    Washington— The following message was issued by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging in response to recent budget proposals on the national level: The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) is gravely concerned that the deep cuts to vital community programs included in the budget proposal President Trump sent to Congress […]
  • Jan 30 - Money Follows The Person Legislation Being Considered On National Level
    Since 2005, the Money Follows the Person (MFP) program has been instrumental in helping more than 75,000 older adults and people with disabilities transition from institutional settings back to the community. However, new funding for MFP expired in 2016, and advocates and lawmakers have been working to promote a bipartisan plan to extend funding that […]