Elder benefit specialists – a service of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services – is a free service that helps answer questions related to Social Security, Medicare, health insurance and other public and private benefits for older adults.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services elder benefit specialists (EBS) serves people ages 60 and older, answering questions related to Social Security, Medicare, health insurance and other public and private benefits for older adults. Services are free of charge.
A worksheet from the University of Wisconsin that helps families estimate caregiving expenses and plan for the financial expenses of caregiving.
Paying for Senior Care provides a tool that helps families and caregivers find the means to pay for and reduce the cost of long-term care – including assisted living and home care – for their loved ones.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services devotes a section of its site to promoting strategies for improving the quality of care provided to end-stage renal disease patients.
Information for seniors on Medicare Part D and who are also members of New York’s Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC) program, which provides subsidies for pharmacy drugs.