Rightsizing focus of Just Ask event
FORT SCOTT, Kan. – Each year, there are changes that affect Medicare coverage. Find out what’s changing for 2020 and prepare for Medicare Part D Election Period. That’s the theme of Fort Scott Presbyterian Village’s “Just Ask” session October 15.
“What’s New With Medicare?” will be presented by Joy Miller, family and consumer sciences extension agent with K-State Research and Extension in Bourbon County. Miller will share what you need to know before you enroll in Medicare Part D for 2020. The free presentation will begin at 2 p.m. October 15 at Presbyterian Village, 2401 S. Horton.
A certified Senior Health Insurance Counselor for Kansans (SHICK) volunteer, Miller helps beneficiaries and caregivers understand their Medicare benefits and options and assists with plan comparisons and Medicare D enrollment during the annual election period. Miller has been with K-State Research and Extension for 11 years and has been a SHICK volunteer since 2012.
RSVP by October 11 to Becky Kellum, marketing director, at 620-223-5550 or [email protected].
“What’s New with Medicare?” is part of Presbyterian Village’s Just Ask lifelong learning program featuring speakers and topics of interest to seniors and their adult children.
Fort Scott Presbyterian Village has been offering independent and assisted living apartments for seniors from southeast Kansas and southwest Missouri since 1994. Learn more at FortScottPresbyterianVillage.org. It is a member of the nonprofit Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America network of 17 communities and 2 hospices in Kansas and Missouri. Learn more about PMMA at PresbyterianManors.org.