FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 8, 2013
For more information,
Contact: Jennifer Lawson
Medicare Open Enrollment ends Dec. 7, and for seniors and their family members and caregivers, understanding the various Medicare parts can be daunting and confusing. A variety of businesses and organizations offer advice during open enrollment, but most are affiliated with specific insurance companies, and therefore, do not always provide objective advice.
The Elder Advocates team of senior care experts will present a free seminar on Sunday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m. to explain what each part of Medicare (A, B, C, D) provides and which actions may be taken during open enrollment. The Elder Advocates staff is not affiliated with any insurance providers, and no sales representatives will be present at the seminar.
Those planning to attend may reserve seats by calling 865-247-0321 or by email to [email protected]. If the first seminar fills, a second session will be added later the same afternoon.
Free seminar details:
1 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 17.
Elder Advocates office, 2620 Mineral Springs Ave., in North Knoxville.
About Elder Advocates
Elder Advocates is a team of medically trained and certified experts with extensive experience in the field of elder care. The team is committed to helping families and caregivers determine the best course of action for the care of aging loved ones. The advocates help navigate the complicated health-care system and discover appropriate resources. Because of our vast experience in this field, we have contacts with many organizations and individuals available to assist the elderly. Find more information at http://www.yourelderadvocates.com.