Facts About Senior Insurance That You Need to Know
Finding unbiased information about insurance is challenging. Below are links to reputable organizations and non-profits for seniors, benefits, and insurance. These resources can educate you and answer your questions with no strings attached.
National Institute on Aging:
Federal research organization with lengthy resources on senior health. This organization conducts comprehensive studies on aging, Alzheimer's, care-giving, and more.
The federal government's official Medicare website is stocked full of helpful information. You can sign up for Medicare, learn the intricacies of all available plans and enrollment dates, and access other resources.
The federal government's official long-term care resource. Learn where to get LTC, how Medicare and Medicaid interact with it, and how much it costs.
Insurance Information Institute:
An industry organization aiming to 'improve public understanding of insurance.' If you have insurance questions, the III can help you find answers.
This is the official healthcare marketplace for the federal government. You can read about healthcare, study plans, and purchase insurance through here.
Complete a short questionnaire to find out which senior benefits and assistance programs you qualify for.