Preparing for Medicare Open Enrollment 2020-What's New

On October 30, at 11:30 am, representatives from the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging (WCAAA) will explain the many changes to Medicare in 2020. WCAAA is funded by federal state and local sources and does not sell insurance products; their information is transparent and unbiased. This program is designed to help beneficiaries understand the coverage options available to them in the coming year. Helping clients understand their coverage options will ensure they make informed decisions during Fall Open Enrollment. The program will begin with a complimentary lunch, followed by a Medicare information session with several WCAAA professionals.

Attendees will receive an update on changes planned for 2020 for Part D (prescription drug) plans, Medicare Advantage plans, Supplemental/Medigap plans and Medicare assistance programs which can help beneficiaries pay for their Medicare costs. WCAAA is a private, non-profit corporation which, through its designation as an Area Agency on Aging, is a resource for information and referral to services for older adults and serves as an advocate for older adults. Registration (below)is necessary.

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