Post-Polio Resource Group of SE WI
The Post-Polio Resource Group was founded in 1985 by a group of polio survivors concerned about the then newly recognized condition called Post-Polio Syndrome (PPS).Our mission is to inform and help transform the lives of polio survivors with regard to our medical, emotional, social, spiritual, and other life needs --- especially as we experience the new and debilitating symptoms of PPS.
May 18, 2013 “Taking the Scare Out of Medicare"
Peg Nugent, Ph.D. Medicare Trainer and Counselor for the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources
Peg helps clients with Medicare concerns including drug coverage, Medicare Advantage Plans, traditional supplements(Medigap Plans), COBRA, and HIRSP. She recently cooridinated two grants to help statewide agencies enroll over 25,000 Medicare beneficiaries with lower income and assets into programs that can save them well over $50 million a year.
The next luncheon at the Forum Family Restaurant will be May 16th at 1 pm. The Forum Restaurant is located on Hwy 100 and Layton Ave. in Greenfield. Please call Dagmar at 414-425-5692 if you plan to attend.
Check out the latest news, announcements, and additions:
Salk Institute's website at http://poliotoday.org/
We're all in this together.
Please let other polio survivors and their loved ones know about us.
The PPRG's web site has been online since May 1, 1997