Medicare has taken a major step to put pressure on insulin companies as part of the Inflation Reduction Act in order to reduce insulin prices and ensure that it is an affordable medication for those who need it. According to… Read More
How Much Time Should Aging Adults Spend on Physical Activity?
We know that physical activity is good for everyone, especially aging adults. It offers many benefits for both the body and the mind. The CDC has recommendations on how much physical activity aging adults should be getting each week, with… Read More
Physical Fitness: Why it’s Critical For Aging Adults
It has been drilled into us throughout our entire lives—physical fitness is critical for your overall health. Unfortunately, many of us fall off the wagon as we go about our lives. Between our jobs, managing our families, dealing with limiting… Read More
What to Know About the Medicare Insulin Cost Cap
As of January 1st, Medicare’s new insulin cap came into effect, making all insulin covered by Medicare cost no more than $35 per monthly dose. This is a great change that is just one step in the long process of… Read More
The Growth of Hospital-at-Home Care
When you’re in need of medical care, there are a few avenues you can take to get it. Which route you take often depends on your current situation. For minor issues that should be noted and looked at but don’t… Read More
Why Seniors Should Enjoy Time In and On the Water
Seniors need to maintain their physical and mental health as much as anyone. As our bodies age, they tend to become weaker—this will be a bigger problem if you don’t tend to it appropriately. One of the best ways to… Read More
Early Warning Signs of Hearing Loss
As our bodies age, our faculties often start to fail us. When your vision starts to fail, it’s obvious that you’re not able to see as well as you used to. It is often not as easy to notice when… Read More
An In-Depth Guide to Medicare Special Enrollment Period (SEP) Qualifications (Part 2)
If you are looking for information about circumstances that can qualify individuals for a Medicare Special Enrollment Period and your particular situation isn’t listed here, please check out Part 1 of this series for more ways to qualify.
An In-Depth Guide to Medicare Special Enrollment Period (SEP) Qualifications (Part 1)
Applying for Medicare isn’t always as cut-and-dry as we’d like it to be. Life is messy and unpredictable, which could result in it affecting your ability to sign up for Medicare during your Initial Enrollment Period. If this has happened… Read More
What is Grandma Camp?
If you haven’t heard of Grandma Camp before, you might be wondering what it’s all about. It’s simple, really—Grandma Camp (or Cousin Camp) is an opportunity for grandparents to hoard all of their grandkids and spend some important quality time… Read More