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It isn’t an Emergency; It is a Scam!

It is that time of year again. You are working on your taxes and identify thieves are working on getting your personal information. It is a scary call - someone from Social Security needs to verify your identity and social security number to reactivate your account. Or you get a call that you are about to be arrested because you haven’t paid your taxes. Or perhaps you hear “Hello Grandma” from someone who claims to be your grandchild and needs your help. What do all of these calls have in common? They are scary and they are scams to get your personal information. And you should hang up immediately. The Social Security Administration and the Internal Revenue Service will never call and threa

Springvale Terrace Hosted The National Association of Retirement Counselors (NARC) CEU Class: Care O

February 5, 2019, Springvale Terrace Hosted the NARC Session Taught by Stuart Rosenthal, Publisher of The Beacon newspapers and immediate-past Chair of the Maryland Commission on Aging, and Alan Dubow, Vice President of Capital Health Solutions. Widely regarded as among the foremost experts in the National Capital Area on care options for seniors, Stuart, whose publication is a major informational resource for seniors throughout the Washington-Baltimore corridor, provides information on the available providers of each type of senior care and housing service. Alan, with extensive experience in the rehabilitation and long term care field, explains the complex health care system so that it is r

Washington Ear Presentation at Springvale Terrace

In January, residents and guests at Springvale Terrace enjoyed an informative presentation from Bob Johnson, volunteer with Metropolitan Washington Ear, Inc. (MWE). MWE's free service for the blind visually-impaired and physically disabled individuals, allows those individuals who sign up to listen to The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and more. Once signed up, you are given a free radio that is pre-tuned to MWE's station. They also offer telephone dial-in news and information service and audio description of live stage performances in nine theaters throughout the metro area. MWE has serviced the metropolitan area for over 40 years and is credited with helpin

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