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Medicare Made 123 Easy: Just the facts, No gimmicks, No sales pitches, Just what you need to know By Ian Schaeffer, David Schaeffer
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With a new cover, new forward, new endorsement, and additional material added for 2014 this book was designed to take the sales pitches and brand bias out of selecting the best Medicare plan for your... More > needs. It should read like we were having lunch together and I was telling you about what it’s like to go shopping for Medicare plans. Medicare can be quite complicated to comprehend. After reading this book, I hope that you will agree that Medicare can be 1-2-3 easy!< Less
How to Choose a Nursing Home By American Government
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The guide, “How to Choose a Nursing Home” is designed to help you make informed decisions about nursing home care, whether you’re planning ahead or need to make an unexpected... More > decision. It’s helpful to plan ahead, consider all your long-term care options, and make good financial plans early. You may have other long-term care options, like community services, home care, or assisted living, depending on your needs and resources. It’s also possible you may be eligible for home and community-based services covered by Medicaid.< Less
Dictionary+ of Eldercare Terminology By Walter Feldesman
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In this updated and considerably expanded third edition, the Dictionary+ is the only comprehensive guide to the language of eldercare. Experts and consumers alike will find this reference tool of... More > value. Its nearly 1,000 entries define all the major terms of eldercare and cover such subjects as Medicare, long-term care, Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, prescription drug coverage, and home care. More than 50 encyclopedia-like overviews, written in outline format, give readers a broad understanding of the major topics of eldercare and provide a context to the definitions of specific terms and words. The first two editions of the Dictionary were quoted, cited and accredited by many sources including Medicare’s consumer handbook Medicare and You and the official Medicare website, www.medicare.gov. No other work has received this recognition< Less
Long-term Care at Home Consumer Guide By Walter Feldesman
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This guide addresses three basic questions faced by families caring for aging relatives at home. What is home care? Where and how can it be obtained? What are the sources to pay for it? The book... More > employs a question-and-answer style and a convenient outline format. A detailed table of contents and extensive indices of topics and terms facilitate readers’ search for information. When explaining long-term care at home, the author also gives in-depth overviews of traditional Medicare, Medicare Advantage plans and prescription drug coverage, Medicaid, Medigap insurance, and long-term care insurance, among other subjects. Walter Feldesman is a prominent attorney who has practiced in New York City for more than 65 years. In addition to the Consumer Guide, he has compiled the Dictionary of Eldercare Terminology, the first and currently only dictionary cited on the Medicare government website. In 2009 he earned the National Council on Aging’s first Exemplars of Vital Aging award.< Less