Fort Wayne–On Saturday, Aug. 31, Organizing for Action volunteers will “Get Out the Facts” about Obamacare, calling out efforts to mislead and misinform people about the law. OFA volunteers will make sure their neighbors know the truth: millions of Americans just like them are already benefiting from the law, and millions more stand to benefit with enrollment […]
By Denise Porter-Ross Special to Frost Illustrated, Coutesy of HealthVisions of Fort Wayne Are you feeling a bit confused about upcoming changes in healthcare reform? You are definitely not alone. With the most comprehensive healthcare reform in a generation upon us, many of us still do not understand what is happening and how it will […]
FORT WAYNE—Organizing for Action is scheduled to host an Obamacare Informational Rally to educate Fort Wayne citizens on the benefits of the Afforable Health Care Act, commonly known as ‘Obamacare’ and how to enroll, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 31 at American Legion Post 148, 705 E Lewis Street. The public is invited to […]
HOUSE CALLS by Dr. Gerald Deas As I walk through the waiting room of the hospital where I have been a physician for many years, I often observe many elderly people who are waiting for someone or something. A few years ago, one of the elderly ladies namely, Hattie Brown befriended me and engaged me […]
Bishop George McCowan says the Bible points out two of the greatest resources possible for building the future: land and children. He said, unfortunately, those resources too often have gone underutilized, largely because a lack of knowledge about programs and projects that are available to help cultivate those two valuable resources.
Association to Continue Nationwide Education Effort Courtesy of AARP WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, AARP announced new resources available to all Americans looking for facts about the Affordable Care Act including a new online tool called Health Law Answers. These resources are a part of AARP’s ongoing nationwide effort to educate Americans about the health care law and […]
HOUSE CALLS by Dr. Gerald Deas When I was a kid, going to public school, it was inevitable that the toughest hyper maniac in the class always wanted to pick someone out to beat up at 3 p.m. Well, one day I was named as the victim of that threat, and, to say the least, […]