Senior Citizen ID Card Program

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As your Senator, I want to ensure that our senior citizen residents have all of the necessary information about their health and identity readily available prior to an emergency where it would be crucial. That is why I will be hosting a FREE Senior Citizens’ Photo ID Card Program at the Connetquot Library on Thursday, August 17, 2017.

This special ID Card Program is designed to assist senior citizens, helping them to provide important information about themselves in case of an emergency. Interested senior citizens will have their photo taken and can provide pertinent information such as their name, address, doctor’s phone numbers, medical conditions, and emergency family contacts. The photo and data will then be placed onto a durable ID card that will fit neatly into a wallet, purse, billfold, or pocket.

The program is FREE of charge to anyone over the age of 60. All participating seniors must bring identification for verification.

If you, or a loved one, is in need of a photo identification card, I hope you will participate in this important program. For additional information, please contact my District Office at 631-665-2311.

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