Retirement & Medicare
June 12, 2014 | 6:30 pm–8:30 pm | Marvin Auditorium 101B
SHICK, a part of the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, holds a quarterly series at the library that provides Medicare information for individuals preparing to retire. You can learn what benefits you will qualify for, and SHICK counselors will answer your questions.
The goal of SHICK is to educate and assist the public to make informed decisions on their Medicare choices. SHICK Counselors receive training on Medicare, including Part A, Part B, Medicare Advantage plans, and Part D (Prescription Drug coverage), Medicare Supplement Insurance, Long-Term Care, and other health insurance subjects that concern Medicare beneficiaries. SHICK counselors help cut through the confusion.
Drop into Medicare Mondays at the Library
Join the SHICK counseling program as they help you navigate through the complex web that is Medicare. Bring your questions. This program is repeated on the first Monday of each month.
Read Medicare & You, the official Medicare booklet on Medicare coverage, rights and protections.
Come to the library for health resources. Tap into health insurance databases or thumb through books on Medicare.