It’s been a long day deadlines at work, and a boss you’re not so crazy, you are thinking about these things and many others as you approach your way onto the freeway only to be hit in your car by someone from behind and now your body is quite injured. What do you do…do you have health insurance?
That was just a scenario that might happen to you but there are many ways our bodies get injured. The concern is that if you were to injury your body and should see a doctor do you hesitate because of the potential of medical bills. In this economy times are tough and with all the new health bills being pushed around who really knows what Medicare, covers? There is hope however and there are companies out there that have your best interest at heart.
With Social Service Coordinators they have people working hard to assist you with a program called Social Service Checkup- this FREE on-line tool helps someone with Medicare qualify for and take advantage of local, state, and or federal programs that can help pay for prescription drugs, telephone cost assistance, energy assistance, transportation, and many more valuable programs.
It’s a very simple process: visit sscincorporated, answer a few questions that let you know what you are qualified for and then just for you a list of programs will be provided that you can print out, look over the list and then determine from the many programs offered to you, which ones will meet your needs and then you are ready to get started. It is really that simple.
Getting a “CheckUp” not only helps a member’s quality of life, but can have a positive effect on their overall health and well-being, bringing much-needed relief from some of the financial challenges facing the growing number of health plan’s older adults and disabled members. Please don’t let an injury or very painful strain on your body slow you down, get the health care benefits you deserve and enjoy a great quality of life everyday!
Want to find out more about health care benefits, then visit www.sscincorporated.com for all your needs.