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Making Sense of Medicare: A Session for Employed Seniors
Learn how to maximize your coverage, when to sign up, which plan is best for you, how the Affordable Care Act affects coverage, and more.
Whether you are a Baby Boomer going on Medicare for the first time or have been on Medicare for many years, plan to come to this presentation to learn how Medicare works and how to maximize your coverage. You’ll learn:
• When to sign up for Medicare
• How much Medicare will cost you
• Differences between Medicare Supplement & Medicare Advantage plans
• Your Medicare Supplement plan options
• When you can make changes to your coverage & drug plans
• Changes to Medicare due to passage of the Affordable Care Act
• How to get access to the best Medicare Supplement plans, and more!
Presenter Ellen Good has a Masters in Social Work along with a Certificate on Aging from Boston University and is well-versed in the issues people face as they grow older. She has worked as a retirement coach and hospice social worker and most recently received her health and life insurance licenses in order to help older adults supplement Medicare and plan for long-term care.
This session is for Employed Seniors. The Library will host an additional daytime program at 2:30 pm for Retired Seniors.
More About Paoli Library
Paoli Library is a community full service library affiliated with the Chester County Library system but operated by an independent board of directors and funded by Willistown and Tredyffrin townships.
The library offers extensive programs for adults and children, including storytime (story hours), book groups, lectures and special offerings throughout the year.
Paoli library offers a collection of 29,000 volumes plus 85 magazine subscriptions, audio books, DVDs and music CDs. The library also houses extensive historic reference material about Paoli . For materials not housed at the library, there is also access to volumes from across the Chester County Library system.