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Celebrating Innovations - 2017

Annual Networking Reception

 


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Annual Reports


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"The ladies who have helped my husband are so caring. I really can enjoy the time I’m away. I’m so happy this program is available." - AgeOptions program participant


In this section you will find links to information about upcoming AgeOptions events, as well as our newsletters, news releases, annual reports and news from other sources concerning older adults.

There is also a page for the news media. Please click on the links at the left to go to these pages.

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Area Plan on Aging
Fiscal Years 2016 - 2018

 

The Fiscal Year 2018 Public Information Document has been published. The Area Plan on Aging outlines how AgeOptions will use state and federal funding to serve and support older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers in suburban Cook County. Click here to see the document.

 



2018 Legislative Breakfasts Scheduled

Fraud Alert

The Illinois SMP Program at AgeOptions sends email Fraud Alerts every other Friday. These alerts contain fraud-related news articles, information about current scams in Illinois or other parts of the United States, and useful healthcare or fraud-related resources. 

Read the latest Fraud Alert on the SMP Fraud Alert page.

 

 

If You Have Medicare, You Have Health Insurance

 

If you have Medicare, you have health insurance and do not need to enroll in the Marketplace plans. In fact, it is against the law for someone who knows that you have Medicare to sell you a Marketplace plan.

 

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a fact sheet explaining why the Marketplace does not affect Medicare beneficiaries. It also distinguishes Marketplace Open Enrollment (for people who do not have any insurance) from the annual Medicare Open Enrollment (for Medicare beneficiaries to enroll in Part D drug coverage).

 

To read the fact sheet, click here: http://www.cms.gov/Center/Special-Topic/Open-Enrollment/Downloads/Medicare-Marketplace-FAQs.pdf