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The secret to survival may be self care and a news fast!

Covid-19 is a game changer. It is particularly hard on Seniors and those with compromised immune systems or comorbid health conditions. Things will probably get worse,but you don’t have to get worse. The answer is self care. Get plenty of sleep, eat well and exercise. Take a few minutes each day to give thanks for […]

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How to survive at home during social distancing

Even though I’ve worked from home for years with Medicare clients, this has been a strange week. Social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation. Watch this video to learn some of my tips. This is the biggest shift we’ve had since 9/11 and you know it hasn’t been easy. I’ve had to change my patterns and […]

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Here’s what you need to know about Medicare and COVID-19

There’s quite a bit of false information swirling about the Corona Virus, and here’s the good news: There are no out of pocket cost for Medicare COVID-19 Lab Tests. Check out the video for details. Here’s the Bad News: “Older People may be twice as like likely to have a serious COVID 19-Illness.” Here are […]

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Try Something New!

As we age, it’s important to get out there and try new things and get out of our comfort zone. When my kids gave me a gift certificate to indoor skydive, I was tempted to give it to friends but now I’m really glad I didn’t. Whether it’s going to a lecture or attending a […]

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The Boy Scouts Were Right!

As a Certified Senior Advisor, every week I chat with two types of people: those who are prepared and those who aren’t. One thing’s for sure, if you live long enough, you’re gonna get old. And if you get old, you’ve got to be prepared.

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Hospital Observation Status Could Kill You…Financially!

Understanding the difference between hospital observation and hospital admittance under Medicare is essential if you don’t want to get ripped off by this loophole. Avoiding Medicare mistakes is essential. Understand the difference between “observation” and “admittance.” When you go in the hospital and you are given observation status, it means the doctors aren’t really sure […]

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