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Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline

Passed during the 2016 legislative session, Senate Bill 732 modifies the definition of abuse to “the infliction of physical, sexual, or emotional injury or harm including financial exploitation by any person, firm, or corporation and bullying” (192.2400(1), RSMo). The bill establishes a definition for bullying as “intimidation or harassment that causes a reasonable person to fear for his or her physical safety or property and may consist of physical actions including gestures; cyberbullying; oral, electronic, or written communication; and any threat of retaliation for reporting such acts” (192.2400(2), RSMo).

For assistance in recognizing signs and/or symptoms of adult abuse and neglect, visit Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services website at:

If you suspect a senior or disabled adult is being abused, bullied, neglected or financially exploited, Make a difference and Make the call to the Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 800-392-0210.  The hotline is operational 7 a.m. to midnight, 7 days a week, including all holidays. 


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Your Teeth
Your Health


Your Teeth Your Health Flyer

The health of your teeth and your mouth are important for overall health.
Gum disease is a serious condition that can affect people of all ages, especially people over the age of 40. The following can increase the likelihood of developing gum disease:
 Poor oral hygiene
 Diabetes, heart disease, and cancer
 Environmental factors such as smoking and stress
 Medications that can affect the condition of the gums
 What you eat and drink

What happens when you don’t brush?
 Increased plaque on the teeth & increased risk of cavities which can cause pain and tooth loss.
 Increased risk for gum disease.
 If plaque is not removed from teeth by regular brushing, bacteria from the plaque drip into the blood stream and can cause hardening of the arteries increasing the risk of blood clots and problems with blood sugar levels.

What can I do to improve my oral health?
 Brush 2 times a day for 2 full minutes
 Floss at least once a day
 If you have dentures, take them out overnight or a few hours during the day to let your gums breathe.
 Visit the dentist twice a year!

Dental education brought to you by the Oral Health Alliance

Questions or concerns? Contact Amy Carroll at 660.665.3279.



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Long-Term Care


Long-Term Care is a variety of services that help people with health or personal needs and activities of daily living over a period of time. The fact is, 60 percent of people over 65 will need some type of long-term care. Long-term care does not mean a complete loss of independence or control over your life. The keys to owning your future are planning early and wisely, knowing your options, and taking action. It is about living well.


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Serving Seniors for 46 Years


That's our purpose at the Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging. We're here to assist you! Whether you need information on transportation, long-term care facilities or senior centers, we have (or can locate) a service to meet your needs. This web site contains essential information on our services.  Our staff includes Pam Windtberg, Executive Director, Sheryl Malusky, Fiscal Manager, and Mandy Bridgeman, Information Specialist/Contract Manager. 


Serving seniors since 1973 in the Counties of:
Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marion, Monroe,
Montgomery, Pike, Ralls, Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby, and Warren.



NEMO AAA Profile


The Northeast Missouri Area Agency on Aging has provided programs and services for older adults since its incorporation in 1973 as a not-for-profit agency. One of 10 Area Agencies on Aging in Missouri, NEMOAAA is governed by a board of directors and an advisory council. The purpose of the Agency is to plan, coordinate, and fund a network of services for older persons throughout our sixteen county service area.  Funding is provided under the amended Older Americans Act of 1965 and administered by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Division of Senior and Disability Services.

NEMO AAA programs and services are available for anyone age 60 and older who lives in the counties of Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Pike, Ralls, Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby, and Warren. For complete descriptions of NEMO AAA programs and services, click here.

NEMO-AAA's Mission Statement

Our mission is to help older adults maintain maximum independence and dignity in a home environment.


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