News from Representative Tom Emmer

Dear Friend,


Throughout my time in Congress, I have made it a priority to work with my colleagues to provide resources and legislative solutions for Minnesota’s seniors. Just recently, my office partnered with the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging and the Central Minnesota Council on Aging to host a senior seminar, showcasing resources for aging well. While I work in congress to push legislation that will improve the lives of our seniors, I also want to serve as a bridge between our community and local resources that can help Minnesotans age well. 



Congressman Emmer addressing the crowd at the senior seminar in St. Michael, MN. 



"Is there a better way to age? Here are some tips for aging well"

The St. Cloud Times wrote an informative recap of the event. Click here to read more. Here are a few highlights from the event:

  • Minnesota ranks fifth in the nation for falls because of slippery conditions during the winter - the ice isn't always causing the fall, oftentimes inactivity during the cold months contributes to weaker muscles.
  • Seniors often suffer multiple chronic conditions. Learning to manage these conditions can help one stay healthier, and more connected to the community.
  • Senior LinkAge Line (800-333-2433) is always available for seniors, as well as with access to support on finances, fall prevention, and more.


Congressman Emmer speaking to an attendee of the senior seminar in St. Michael, MN. 


My office will be holding more seminars for seniors throughout the district. Stay tuned to this newsletter for more information! My office is always available to assist you. Caseworkers in my District Office can help with a variety of issues relating to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, as well as other federal agencies! Call my office at 763-241-6848 to learn more about how we can serve you.



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