Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PressExposure) September 18, 2012 -- September, 2012, Publisher, Humberto Fortuna announces the new Celebrity Cover of the October, 2012 issue of 55+ Magazine, the preferred, free, Bi lingual (English / Spanish) Senior Magazine Publication for South Florida.
Mary Wilson is one of the founding members of the most successful women's vocal group in history; The Supremes. She was a member from its creation in 1961 until she went on her own in 1977 to launch a solo career. Ms Wilson is not only a successful performer, but also an author, a humanitarian and a Cultural Ambassador for the USA. We had the opportunity to speak with her about her life and we would like to share her thoughts with you. 55+ Magazine is thrilled to bring you this interview from this amazing lady.
55+ Magazine had the pleasure of featuring Rita Moreno on our premier issue cover with a personal interview via phone for our reader's pleasure. Gracing our second cover, was the talented and popular, Julio Iglesias, who was promoting his World Tour at the time. 55+ Magazine has had the pleasure of featuring Dionne Warwick, Lynda Carter , Joan Collins and Jaclyn Smith in 2011. So far, in 2012, Louis Gosset Jr, Cheryl Ladd and Suze Orman have graced our cover with more of your favorites to follow.
The 55+ Magazine is written specifically with the 55+ age group in mind. In addition to the cover article on Mary Wilson, articles in this issue include: "The Sheriff's Corner" by Al Lamberti, Broward County Sheriff, an article about the upcoming LGBT Senior Expo at the Pride Center Equality Park written by Bruce Williams, just to mention a few.
In addition, 55+ Magazine Network welcomes Scoop for Senior New Transitional Services and Benefits Solutions Program dedicated to older adults, client and families.
Scoop for Seniors specializes in diverse types of transitions that a person may go through during the course of their lives. Transition can consist of transferring a patient from a local nursing home to another local skilled nursing facility, or, in some cases, from one state to another. Some transitions can involve alternative housing such as Assisted Living Facilities, Independent Living Facilities or Metal Heath Care Units. Scoop for Seniors specializes in the transition of clients from out of state to Southeast Florida, coordinating all aspects of services and benefits.
At times, families would like to move their loved ones out of Florida and closer to them. Without the correct coordination of services and benefits, this can become a nightmare.
Scoop for Seniors, through this new Transitional Program, helps families achieve their goals with a holistic and organic approach.
Out of state transitional coordination is Scoop for Senior's specialty. They can help you coordinate all the services that a person may need while coordinating all the benefits needed to have a smooth and successful transition.
The Transitional Services Coordinator will evaluate your situation and assess the services available to you and your loved one in Southeast Florida.
Understanding, for example, the Medicaid and Medicare regulations and guidelines is part of their expertise. They are able to help families with their needs, preventing unexpected financial problems and prevent loss of benefits. Scoop for Seniors, has witnessed many cases where clients or patients were not able to achieve their highest level of functioning due to the lack of coordination of appropriate services. Some transitions can also be more than just a physical move. Some can involve a new disability or a new behavior. This can be overwhelming and very difficult to adjust to, not only for the patient, but the family as well. With Scoop for Seniors Healthcare Network System and Coordination of Services, they can also assist a client who wants to remain in their home. Sometimes this can be the safer and healthier way to go. They will make sure the person at home has appropriate services and support.
In many cases, clients do not need to move out of their homes if services and benefits are coordinated appropriately. This type of transition requires professional support that may be offered by your healthcare insurance. Without knowledge of the correct guidelines on how to receive or become entitled to theses services, one can be prevented from receiving them and remaining at home.
Home care services are not easy to qualify for and can be very confusing if services are not coordinated according to the healthcare insurance guidelines.
Scoop for Seniors can help you by providing you with a Transitional Services Coordinator who will help maximize your services and benefits through correct planning and coordination.
Scoop for Senior's objective is to give you peace of mind in a short period of time, and do it in a cost effective manner. This special service concentrates on Crisis Management and Interventions. For more information, contact Scoop for Seniors at 954 961 5223 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.scoopforseniors.com
Also, 55 + Magazine will continue its Advertisement Promotion program in order to help businesses afford advertisement costs. Advertisement Specials begins at $99.00 per month and 50% off for all Not for Profit Organizations, as well as special discounted rates for businesses offering services to the gay community.
55+ MAGAZINE, the preferred BI-LINGUAL Magazine for Baby Boomers, Seniors and their Caregivers is also the Preferred Professional Network System of choice, assisting Professionals and Businesses to target the 55+ Market with effective and successful outcomes. By contacting us at 954 967 6191 or at email@example.com, you can learn how 55+(Plus) connects Advertisers and Network Members so they may access the correct consumer; meaning the decision maker, provide hands-on exposure to products via our online 55+ Magazine Website and retail service department via our 55+ Lifestyle Section sponsored by Scoop for Seniors, LLC.
55+ Magazine is distributed in over 300 locations such as selected CVS's and Walgreens stores, hospitals, skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, social service agencies and organizations for older adults in Southeast Florida.