This social service agency networking/information sharing meeting, hosted by Inasmuch Ministry, takes place from noon to one o’clock pm on the last Friday of each month, January through October, and the first Friday in December, at Broadway Christian Church, 910 Broadway. Lunch is provided and there is no cost to attend. (You may park in the St. Joseph Hospital parking garage, across the street from the church, and your parking ticket will be validated.)
Our guest speaker today was Nena Brown from the Neighborhood Health Clinic (hereafter NHC).
When you have invested large amount of money on a beautiful property or sweet house, the last thing you need is to put your home at risk. The home is not the only subject to consider, since homes are our valuable property. Most times when people take out mortgage loans, the property lender will be expecting the buyer to purchase coverage for it. The lender may ask the buyer to opt for minimal coverage; however, is the minimal coverage enough for your dream home. At any time, a natural disaster can sweep a home from its roots and sling it across the region. Statistics have shown that floods the biggest disaster of USA alone have targeted “25%” of low risk and reasonable risk neighborhoods, so, at any time your home could be at high risk.
I was reading the grimly fascinating piece on Benefit Tales about the way Disability Benefit claimants have not been told Atos’ decision on their benefits, in order, it would seem, to prevent them from appealing against it. It shows the bizarre world that Atos inhabits, and is all too eager to inflict on the most vulnerable members of society. I’ve compared it to Kafkaesque’s novels, particularly The Trial and The Castle, where the heroes are arrested and condemned without knowing the evidence against them, nor the charges on which they have been arrested. These novels have, with more than a degree of justification, been viewed as ominous prefiguring the gross miscarriages of justice committed by the later totalitarian regimes of the 20th century, Nazism and Communism. Their more immediate inspiration in humdrum reality is just as relevant here. Kafka was an insurance clerk, and he based his novels on his experience of the bureaucracy in dealing with compensation claims for injuries. And a cold bureaucracy that does not tell its claimants why they are being persecuted, nor present the evidence on which they could make an appeal sounds very much like Atos and the current DWP.
It is crucial to find a Fort Lauderdale medical health insurance agent or agency that you could trust. After just about all, this person or agency accounts for helping you to locate a health plan which will protect your family from both health insurance and financial catastrophe. But how will one go about finding the right Fort Lauderdale health insurance professional or agency anyhow?