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Did you know with the new year comes new changes to Medicare? With the changes to Medicare for 2018 recently being announced we are going to share what this means for you.
Home healthcare offers a wide range of healthcare services that can be given in the home when someone is suffering from an illness or injury. Many people prefer to receive this kind of care in the comfort of their own homes as opposed to obtaining care in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF). Home health care is generally less expensive, may be more convenient and just as effective as care received from a facility.
Working past traditional retirement age used to be uncommon. The Department of Labor Statistics estimated that about 15 percent of people over 65 still worked in 2006. Today, the number of people who wait to retire until between 66 and 74 years of age is expected to top one in four. At over the age of 74, almost 10 percent of the population may be still be at work. Medicare used to be only thought of as retirement health insurance, but many who qualify may not be retired at all.
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Health insurance provided to an employee, and often times their family members, is called Group Health Insurance Coverage. Having group coverage through an employer can be an integral part of any employee benefit package. Employees that have group health coverage may be used to several different benefits. Here are a few:
Those who are permanent residents of the United States and hold a green card may wonder if they are eligible for Medicare once they reach age 65. Those who have been issued a green card in the United States may do so because they have a job here, have had asylum granted, or have traveled here to live with a close family member. There may also be other situations that qualify a citizen from another country permanent residency in the United States and can be investigated by the Citizens and Immigration Services.
Diabetes is a lifelong disease that affects the way the body handles glucose, a type of sugar, in the blood. There are about 27 million people in the United States with diabetes, approximately 25% of those are people aged 60 and over. Living with diabetes as you get older can pose some unique challenges, but with proper care it can be effectively managed. Those who struggle with not only their chronic illness but also with the rising cost of prescription drugs used to treat them know that it is very important to have good prescription drug coverage.
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We received an interesting question about disability and Medicare coverage on our Facebook page and so we decided to make it a blog topic. In this blog, we touch on Medicare Part B, Disabilty Coverage, home improvement funding and information on where to find grants and loans for home improvements for the disabled and elderly.
As long as you are able to remain active there is a good chance that you give your bone health a second thought. But did you know that after age 30 you start losing bone density? Women will lose up to 20 percent of bone mineral density in the five to seven years after they reach menopause, but by age 65 men and women lose bone density at the same rate. Unfortunately the loss of bone mass could end up causing life changing fractures. What you may not know is that while you cannot prevent the loss of bone mass, you can prevent how quickly you lose it, which in turn can help you to prevent osteoporosis down the road.