For many seniors, doubts about healthcare benefits are keeping them up at night. Do you know for certain that you’re really well-covered by the plans you have? What are you missing? On September 8, many Georgetown seniors decided the time to find out for sure was now.
Whether already enrolled in Medicare or considering changes to their plans, Georgetown seniors joined us on September 8 to get the answers at our Seniors Living Smarter Seminar: “Before A Healthcare Crisis Occurs, Do You Have The Benefits You Really Need?” We assembled a panel of experts including Steve Decovic, Managing General Agent ofSilver Key Benefits, and Bobby Coates, Agent for Texas Medicare Shop. They provided guidance regarding questions such as:
• Where can you get advice on choosing the right plans for you including Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage and Prescription Benefits?
• How often should you review your plans to see what may have changed?
• Do you know what is and is not covered in your current plans?
• Do you need Long Term Care insurance?
Seniors Living Smarter presents live seminars on the second Thursday of every month at McKinney Christian Ministry Center, 1205 Ash Street, Georgetown, on the First
Methodist Church Campus. We look forward to welcoming you to in-person seminars.
Seniors Living Smarter Seminars are hosted on the second Thursday of every month at McKinney Christian Ministry Center, 1205 Ash Street, Georgetown, on the First Methodist Church Campus. You may register online at Seniors Living Smarter Seminars. The goal of the free seminars is to equip, educate, and inspire seniors to make informed choices and empowered decisions concerning their lifestyle goals. Seminars are sponsored by Visiting Angels, Wesleyan Homes, Vera Bank, NorthStar Georgetown and Seniors Living Smarter Services.
The next seminar will be presented on Thursday, October 13 — the topic is “Clear Sailing Ahead: How to Navigate Senior Living Options.” Registration is accepted online at Seniors Living Smarter/Seminars or call 512-862-7339 and leave a message.