Our mission is to help take all the guess work out of choosing the right insurance plans to meet your needs.
Senior Resource Center in Central Alabama is here with trained staff to help guide you through this maze of confusing information at no cost. We offer counseling and insurance advice to seniors and disabled.
Senior Resource Center also assist seniors and disabled with limited income apply for the part D drug assistance plan called the Low Income Subsidy Program through the Federal Government.
WHAT IS THE SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER?
Navigating through the Medicare program and insurance options can be very confusing.
There are so many Medicare assistance programs for people on Medicare and Disability that
the process of selecting one can stop one in their tracks. Medicare alone is just not sufficient
anymore to provide people the security that was once offered through the Social Security Administration. Let Senior Resource Center help you take all the guess work out of choosing
the proper coverage for you.
If you do not know where to go or how to apply for assistance programs, you could be spending thousands of dollars each year on unnecessary medical plans and prescriptions drugs.
Senior Resource Center helps take the confusion out of this process. We offer counseling and insurance advice to seniors and disabled. If your income is limited, the state of Alabama has a Medicare Assistance Program, which if you qualify will pay your Medicare part B premium of $104.90. Senior Resource Center also assist seniors and disabled with limited income apply for the part D drug assistance plan called the Low Income Subsidy Program through the Federal Government.
ANSWERING YOUR QUESTIONS
Medicare co-pays and deductibles change each year.
If you do not make the right choices you could pay penalties the rest of your life.
Many seniors and disabled make rushed decisions and choose plans and supplements that may not be a good fit for them. Many people after choosing a Medicare supplement or Medicare Advantage plan, later find out that their doctor does not even accept that plan. Another common problem happens when Medicare recipients go to get their prescriptions filled and find out their drugs are not on that plan formulary list. Many questions need to be asked before finding a plan that
is right for you, for example:
- Are there certain doctors I have to use on this plan?
- What hospitals accept this plan?
- What pharmacies can I go to?
- What happens if I travel out of the state?
- Are my prescriptions covered under this plan?
- Can I make changes later to my policy?
- Do I have a premium and if so, will it increase?
- Contact us today for more help and information.