On Thursday, December 15th from 10-11 am in the Winona Public Library’s Bell Art Room, listen to a talk on the Winona Senior Advocacy Program. Winona Senior Advocates are available to Winona County residents age 60 and over who live in the community independently. Advocates provide information and referrals, home visits, supportive services (housing, applications for benefits, Advance Directive preparation, notary services, insurance counseling, and money management), educational programs, and Medicare assistance. Advocates can also help you make connections with other services like home care, companionship, legal services, fuel assistance, and nutrition services. Learn more about how a Senior Advocate can help you or your loved one during the program. Cookies and a light beverage will be provided.