Social workers will continue to provide education and assistance for Licking County residents preparing to celebrate their 65th birthday. We encourage you to register for a monthly Medicare 101 educational session approximately two months prior to your 65th birthday month.
By attending a Medicare 101 session, you can expect to learn what Medicare covers and does not cover. In addition, we will outline the decisions you will need to ensure that you have the health insurance coverage needed to meet your future financial needs.
By the end of the session, you will be able to decide if you plan to enroll in a Medigap (Supplemental) insurance or a HMO/PPO (Advantage) plan. Personalized assistance will be provided for attendees that plan to sign up for a Medigap (Supplemental) plan to ensure that they also choose a Part D plan that meets their individual prescription needs.
To register, call The Licking County Aging Program at
Other Helpful Resources
Medicare for Beginner's
Needing assistance with Medicare, Medicaid, Supplemental Insurance, Prescription Drug Plans, Senior housing, Social Security, Living Wills, or Passport services? Our Social Service Case Managers have an invaluable amount of resources and information to assist you. In addition, our Social Workers have resources through the LCAP Hearing Aide Fund, LCAP Emergency Response Fund, the Utility Assistance Program.
Armed with these valuable resources, our Social Services Case Managers work diligently to ensure a safe, more rewarding quality of life for the senior men and women they have the opportunity to serve.
The Medicare for Beginner's Program classes have been canceled due to the pandemic. To talk with one of our Social Services representatives, you may
call (740) 345-0821, ext 247, during normal business hours.
For more information about medicare click on the link below.
Medicare for Beginner's Video
The Licking County Aging Program has made this video available to our Licking County seniors who may have missed out on our New to Medicare classes, which have been canceled since March, 2020. We have provided the links below to the materials used in this video to make it a little easier to follow along.
Elder Abuse Resources
Elder abuse is a devastating reality for many older Americans, but unfortunately it too often goes unreported. The debilitating results of elder abuse range from physical injury, pain, mental anguish, financial loss, violation of rights, to death. Learn about the warning signs of elder abuse, what the risk factors are, and how you can prevent and report the problem by clicking on the links below: