Date: Sep 10th, 2012
Anoka County Library is presenting several “Understanding Medicare” classes this fall for seniors and those who care for seniors. Classes are free to participants, but seating is limited.
Find outwhat is covered by Parts A, B, C and D of Medicare and the Medicare supplement options available. Learn how and when to enroll in Medicare and the personal costs of the program. Other topics discussed include changes to Medicare due to recent health care reform, the donut hole and eligibility for extra help with prescription drug costs.
“Navigating the labyrinth of options available can be incredibly stressful,” said Anoka County Commissioner Rhonda Sivarajah. “Hopefully these programs will help families understand the system better and help them feel better about their choices for themselves or a loved one.”
Join us at:
Columbia Heights Library (820 40thAvenue NE in Columbia Heights) 763-706-3690
- Tuesday, October 2ndat 1:30 p.m.
Johnsville Library (12461 Oak Park Boulevard in Blaine) 763-767-3853
- Thursday, October 4that 1:30 p.m.
Mississippi Library (410 Mississippi Street NE in Fridley) 763-571-1934
- Wednesday, October 10that 1:30 p.m.
Centennial Library (100 Civic Heights Circle in Circle Pines) 763-717-3294
- Thursday, October 11that 1:30 p.m.
“There are many options when it comes to Medicare coverage,” said Library Board President Bob Thistle, “These classes give seniors the information they need to make the best choices for their own unique situation.”
These Anoka County Library classes are presented by the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging in partnership with Senior LinkAge Line. The Senior LinkAge Line® is the Minnesota Board on Aging’s free statewide information and assistance service. Call 1-800-333-2433 or visit http://www.minnesotahelp.info for assistance.