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Johnson County
Martha Maurin
Medicare Program Specialist 


(913) 286-0292
martham@eckaaa.org


Appointments are required. ​

Leslea Rockers
SHICK Coordinator

Leslea can be reached at
(785) 242-7123 ext. 106 or LesleaR@eckaaa.org

SHICK Volunteer Listing


Anderson County

No Volunteers Currently.


Coffey County

Barbara Dailey
Sallee Hess, Coffey County Health Department

Vicki Seems

Franklin County
​Lenora Brecheisen, East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging
Connie Sleichter, Sunflower Plaza


Linn County
Kay Vorhees, contact ECKAAA for contact information

Miami County
Betty Miller, Paola Senior Center
Terry Courtney
​​Diane Burnett, Miami County K-State Research and Extension Office


Osage County

No Volunteers Currently.


If you would like more information on the SHICK program, please call the East Central Aging and Disability Resource Center at (785)242-7200.


Want to become a SHICK Volunteer?

The SHICK program relies heavily on volunteers to accomplish its mission to educate and assist Medicare beneficiaries with questions about Medicare and other insurance, and to prevent, detect, and report health care fraud, error and abuse through outreach, counseling and education. Volunteers will assist with administrative tasks, distribute information, staff booths at outreach events, make presentations when appropriate, help people who have Medicare questions, and much more. All volunteers are screened and background checked by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services Before performing any volunteer service for SHICK. Volunteers must complete an online training consisting of basic Medicare information and then attend a 1 day training conducted by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services staff. Local volunteers are then supervised by the Area Agency on Aging and attend annual update training. Volunteers can determine what they wish to do as a volunteer and how much time they wish to commit to the program each week or each month. To inquire about becoming a volunteer contact the Special Projects Coordinator at (785) 242-7200 or (800) 633-5621 today!.

Lenora Brecheisen
SHICK Volunteer
ECKAAA Office Voluneeter

Lenora can be reached at (785) 242-7123 ext. 115 or volunteer@eckaaa.org

​Office hours: Thursdays
The SHICK program is a volunteer-based program currently administered by the Kansas Department for Children and Families (KDADS). Senior citizens are provided counseling by trained volunteers about Medicare benefits and options concerning supplemental health insurance that is available. SHICK volunteers also assist older adults with problems they encounter with insurance and Medicare when appropriate.

SHICK Program