Center of Concern Hosts Free Senior Health Insurance Seminar
The Center of Concern is hosting a free Senior Health Insurance Seminar on Thursday, November 12 featuring knowledgeable and trained Senior Health Insurance counselors who will share objective information about Medicare and other health insurance options. This virtual discussion will answer questions about Medicare, Medicare supplement, long-term care, Medicare HMOs, private fee-for-service, and other health insurance options.
The Senior Health Insurance Options Seminar will be available online or by phone on Thursday, November 12 at 10:30 AM and again at 6:00 PM. As restrictions on in-person gatherings remain in place due to COVID-19, "we will continue to adjust service delivery to ensure the safety of residents served and our Center of Concern family during these unprecedented times," said Executive Director John McNabola.
If interested, one-on-one socially distanced sessions can also be made with a counselor by calling the Center of Concern. Through the Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP), trained counselors conduct individual health insurance counseling sessions to assist clients with organizing and filing Medicare and Medicare supplemental claims, as well as analyzing Medicare supplement and long term care policies. Through these confidential sessions, older adults can understand their specific rights and options without risk of any offers to sell or solicit any type of insurance.
Medicare's Open Enrollment Period is from October 15 through December 7. The Center of Concern is committed to providing objective health insurance information to older adults through this free online seminar and individual counseling sessions.
To attend the Senior Health Insurance Options Seminar, dial in by phone by calling 312-626-6799 or join online with Zoom, meeting ID 869 6501 7857, passcode 11122020. To learn more about the Senior Health Insurance Options Seminar, the Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP), or other Center of Concern services, please visit www.centerofconcern.org/community-programs or call 847-823-0453.
The Center of Concern's mission is to provide housing assistance, support services, and counseling for older adults, those with disabilities, and others in need, enabling them to live with dignity and independence. The Center of Concern's website is www.centerofconcern.org.