Learn how both Friends for Life and Assisting Hands help people who need a little extra help in remaining in their homes. They provide services like helping with meals, light housekeeping, bathing and toileting, help with pet care, running errands, and many other helpful services. Both are private pay and do not accept Medicaid.
Chaundra Price of Medicare Teachers explains Medicare’s many facets, what to look for when you’re shopping for a Medicare plan, clearing up some of the common misunderstandings, while helping you make more informed decisions when choosing your plan. She reminds us all of the potential pitfalls of calling those numbers on the TV screen being pitched by celebrities.
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While virtually everyone knows Medicare is the federal government’s health insurance program for adults age 65 and older, that is not the only such government-sponsored insurance seniors can utilize. There is also Medicaid, a healthcare program targeted to low-income individuals. In Colorado this is called Health First Colorado.