We also hold events, participate in community outreach and conduct research.
About BEAS The Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS) provides a variety of social and long-term supports to adults age 60 and older and to adults between the ages of 18 and 60 who have a chronic illness or disability.
The NAIIS is dedicated to addressing and resolving adult and influenza immunization issues and improving the use of vaccines recommended by CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
The NAIIS consists of over 700 partners, representing more than 130 public and private organizations.
Aging Issues Aging Issues is a free newsletter published three times per year by the Office of Human Services, Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS).
The purpose of Aging Issues is to provide older adults and caregivers with information on NH DHHS/BEAS programs and services and other helpful resources, as well as information on special events that may be of interest.
Broad-based leadership of the NAIIS is conducted through the members of the Summit Organizing Committee (SOC).
Visit the Understanding Medicare page on the Service Link web site for help with Medicare questions and assistance on how to lower your Medicare expenses.The Service Link Resource Centers are available to anyone who needs assistance, advice, help finding services or support with an issue relating to a senior member or disabled adult living in our community.Service Link partners promote the independence and well-being of the people they serve at thirteen primary locations and many satellites throughout NH.Mission Statement A variety of social and long-term services and supports can be accessed through the Service Link Resource Centers and the NH DHHS District Offices.Services and supports are intended to assist people to live as independently as possible in safety and with dignity.Community-Based Provider Network A critical component of the BEAS statewide delivery system is its community-based provider network; many of these providers are nonprofit agencies.BEAS coordinates long-term care support services through contracts at the local level, thus reflecting the commitment of DHHS to strengthen the autonomy of local communities and to direct resources to where they are needed most.It is estimated that a loss of billion annually results from fraud, abuse or errors involving Medicare and Medicaid.Service Link Resource Centers A major partnership between BEAS and local communities is the Service Link Resource Centers, a statewide network of community-based resources for seniors, adults living with disabilities and their families.Examples include: BEAS Locations BEAS staff are located at DHHS District Offices and Service Link Resource Centers throughout NH and coordinate services to seniors and adults with disabilities and chronic illnesses who meet certain eligibility criteria.BEAS also has a main office, located in Concord, responsible for administrative support and general program and financial planning.