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  • Access Health Enrollment Period for 2019 Coverage: November 1, 2018 ~ December 15, 2018. 

    October 29th, 2018

    Access Health CT is sending notices to customers around October 25 with information about renewing for 2019. This notice will have information about the customer's renewal status (i.e. whether or not they can renew automatically), and for many customers it will include the name, monthly premium and estimated financial help for a 2019 plan that is similar to their current plan.

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  • Medicare Open Enrollment Oct.15- Dec.7

    October 15th, 2018

    The Medicare Open Enrollment period is an opportunity to change or drop your Medicare Part D or Part C plan. Click below to view a list of sites where counselors can assist with your Open Enrollment changes or questions, a check list of items to bring to your Medicare counseling session, and an informative article on what Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans, including their agents/brokers, can and cannot do.

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    October 9th, 2018

    Beginning Nov. 12, TRICARE will kick off its first annual TRICARE Open Season 

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  • Seniors and Caregivers – It's time to prepare for weather emergencies!

    September 10th, 2018

    Hurricanes, thunder storms, snow/ice appear in fall – winter months, sometimes with little warning. Our favorite tips for dealing with hurricanes and thunder storms appear...

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    June 19th, 2018

    In the last State Legislative session, the CT State Legislature increased meals for seniors by $2 million. HOWEVER, THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE AND OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT “TOOK” THE $2 MILLION TO OFFSET THE STATE’S DEFICIT OF $9,515,570.

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  • The Renters Rebate Program Starts in April

    March 20th, 2018

    From April 1st to October 1st Connecticut renters who are at least 65 years old (in most cases) or totally disabled and do not exceed certain income limits can receive rebates on the rent they have paid.

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  • New Medicare Cards- 2018

    January 11th, 2018

    Starting in April 2018, Medicare will mail new Medicare cards to all people with Medicare, to help protect you from identity fraud. Fraudsters are always looking for ways to get your Social Security Number so we’re removing Social Security Numbers from all Medicare cards to make them safer.

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