Hearing Loss Ruins Everything!


Hearing Loss Ruins Everything – As a Medicare As a Medicare Insurance Broker, I speak with clients every week about Medicare Insurance options, the topic of self-care, and how retirees best manage the aging process.

Want to know the biggest mistake I see?

How hard it is for some people to deal with hearing loss.

That used to be me!

Hearing Loss Ruins Everything – Hearing loss causes social isolation, cognitive decline and it can lead to depression.

The average person procrastinates more than six years AFTER hearing loss has occurred!

Wanna be happier? Wanna live longer? Want have more meaningful connections?

Swallow your damn pride and get your hearing tested!

It changed my life for the better.

Some Medicare Insurance plans include hearing benefits, so check your plan.

If they don’t, go to Costco or Sam’s Club and schedule a free hearing test.

Just remember to be patient with the hearing aid learning process…

Hearing loss occurs over time and it usually takes a while to find the right equipment and for the brain to adjust.

Of course not everyone succeeds with hearing aids.

But, if you persevere, the payoff is HUGE…

More joy, better relationships, and you might be able to hear the birds again!

Here’s great article on hearing loss.

And if you do need help or have questions about Medicare Insurance Plans, book a time on my calendar.

I’ll be happy to help.

Talk soon!


Beware of Medicare Scams!

Beware of Medicare Scams – I hope this vlog finds you well despite the madness of the times.

This week, I received calls from three different Medicare Insurance clients who were very confused.

Each of these clients had received calls from someone claiming to be their Medicare Agent and asking for their personal information.

Do not fall victim to these scams. Medicare Insurance companies will not call you and request your personal information.

Beware of Medicare Scams – Beware of any call asking for your personal information or telling you that you need to change your Medicare Insurance Plan.  Many of these callers are trying to steal your personal information.

If someone calls you claiming to be Medicare Agent, hang up and call the number on the back of your insurance card.

Here’s an article that may be helpful.

And if you have questions about Medicare Insurance, schedule a meeting here and I’ll be happy to help.