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Mar 03

Types of Medicare Options

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category Personal Risk
stethescope in the shape of a heart laying on top of an explanation of benefits

Beginning Thursday, March 9th, our team will be hosting weekly Medicare educational seminars at a location near you! Join us as our team of experts help you sort through all the information about Medicare that may be causing confusion, stress and worry. We will educate you in how to identify the Medicare options that meet your or your loved ones personal [read more…]

Nov 22

Safe & Enjoyable Thanksgiving

Posted by McClone in the category Personal Risk
Roasted turkey garnished with cranberries on a rustic style table decoraded with pumpkins, gourds, asparagus, brussel sprouts, baked vegetables, pie, flowers, and candles.

This week we gather with family and friends to give thanks for our blessings and celebrate with our favorite Thanksgiving traditions. It may include eating a turkey with all the fixings, spending quality time together, watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, cheering on your favorite football team, preparing for Black Friday shopping, or perhaps starting the day by running in [read more…]

Oct 28

Halloween Safety Tips for a Ghoulishly Good Time

Posted by McClone in the category Personal Risk
Five Happy Children Holding Candies in Halloween Costumes of Witches, Pumpkin and Devil at the Blue Sky

The magic of Halloween is in the air. From trick-or-treating to classroom parties and trips to neighborhood haunted houses, everyone is ready for the fun. But for moms and dads, often there is a fine line between Halloween fun and safety concerns. To ensure a safe holiday follow these ghoulishly good best practices. Trick-or-Treating A parent or responsible adult should always accompany [read more…]

Oct 18
Aug 17

Are you or a Loved One Experiencing Medicare Overload?

Posted by Sarah Munson in the categories Healthcare News, McClone Community, Personal Risk
stethescope in the shape of a heart laying on top of an explanation of benefits

Beginning September 8th, our team will be hosting weekly Medicare educational seminars at a location near you! Join us as our team of experts help you sort through all the information about Medicare that may be causing confusion, stress and worry. We will educate you in how to identify the Medicare options that meet your or your loved ones personal care [read more…]

Aug 02

Auto Emergency Kit – Are you prepared?

Posted by Sarah Munson in the category Personal Risk

by: AJ Weisheipl 10 Items to Include in Your Kit You’re driving on the highway when you notice that your car isn’t controlling as well as it normally would. So you pull over to find you have a flat tire. When you go to get your spare, you realize you don’t have the right tools! Nobody wants to be in [read more…]

Mar 11

Daylight Saving Stress? How do you Cope?

Posted by Sarah Munson in the categories Business Risk, Healthcare News, McClone Community, Personal Risk

The annual rite of turning our clocks ahead is upon us, which can throw off sleep and decision-making. 2016 daylight saving time starts this Sunday morning, March 13 and for many of us, springing ahead can take the pep out of our step and make us more vulnerable to accidents. According to the National Sleep Foundation, people on average sleep [read more…]

Oct 08
Sep 30

Attending Football Games with Kids: 5 Helpful Tips

Posted by McClone in the category Personal Risk
Crowd cheering the Greenbay Packers as they drive from the 30 yard line

Attending your first football game is a rite of passage for many children. For parents, navigating the chaotic setting of a football game with little ones can be a challenge. By learning some tips on how to attend football games with kids, adults and children can get the most out of their game day experience. 1. Help Kids Cope with [read more…]

Aug 28

5 Back-To-School Driving Safety Tips

Posted by McClone in the category Personal Risk

The end of summer vacation arrives too quickly for most of us in Wisconsin. It can also be an exciting time of year for children and their parents as they prepare for the upcoming school year. With students across the state returning back to school, it’s important to remind drivers to be extra careful. In 2013, more than 330 child pedestrians [read more…]