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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

5 Medicare Open Enrollment Tips To Review with Your Loved Ones This Year

Are your loved ones on Medicare? Then you need to know that Medicare’s Annual Open Enrollment Period begins October 15th. This is the time for Alabama seniors, including your loved ones, to focus on whether any changes need to be made to their plans.



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Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Pros and Cons of Planning for Medicaid Early

Are you a senior living in Alabama and enjoying retirement?  Have you thought about what you would do if you needed long-term care? Or perhaps you have not even thought about long-term care at all.  Because you are over 65 and have Medicare as your health insurance you may be thinking that Medicare will take care of any long-term care costs. Also, you may have family members or friends that you are planning to depend on if and when the need for long-term care arises. We would like to take this time and discuss with you more about planning for long-term care in our state of Alabama.



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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

How to Help Your Aging Parents on National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day


Friday, April 16, 2021, is National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day. You may be ready to go in your own household, but what about your parents or other older loved ones? As we get older, we tend to accumulate more medicine for various illnesses or ongoing conditions. It can also become easier to forget what is in the cabinet.


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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

How To Prepare for Medicare Open Enrollment


Are you prepared for Medicare open enrollment? If you or a loved one are enrolled in Medicare, now is the time to review your healthcare plan and your medical needs to see if you need to make changes to your current Medicare coverage. 

Every year in September, Medicare plans send out an Annual Notice of Change letter or an Evidence of Coverage letter outlining your plan benefits and notifying you of any changes to coverage.  It can be important to review these notices closely because Medicare insurance policies make changes every year.  Those changes may include changes in premium pricing, co-pay amounts and requirements, or even changes in coverage. 

It is also important to spend some time thinking about your own healthcare needs for the year as you prepare for Medicare open enrollment.


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