Jefferson County Elder Benefit Specialists are hosting a free Medicare seminar Thursday, Sept. 12 featuring Cheryl Zautcke, Medigap Insurance Specialist for the State of Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long Term Care at Fort Memorial Hospital-Auditorium, located at 611 Sherman Avenue East. The time for this event is 6-8 p.m.

Original or private Medicare health coverage, supplemental insurance and prescription drug options often raise questions when navigating confusing choices. Zautcke is an expert with the State of Wisconsin on Medicare coverage and how Medicare Supplements can help seniors fit all the pieces of their Medicare Puzzle together. She will present the free seminar at the Fort Memorial Hospital for Jefferson County Seniors that helps beneficiaries understand and compare the differences between the assortments of Medicare Health options.

The seminar is ideal for people who will be turning 65 in the upcoming months and will be newly eligible for Medicare but it will also be very helpful to any Medicare beneficiary who has questions or concerns on the increasingly complicated Medicare options and benefits.

The seminar is free and open to the public, but reservations are encouraged to reserve materials. Attendees can pre-register by calling the ADRC at 920-674-8734.

Alyssa Kulpa & Erin Bleck, Jefferson County Elder Benefit Specialists will also be on hand to answer questions about Medicare. This event is sponsored by the Jefferson County Elder Benefit Specialist Program, and is not affiliated with any insurance companies.

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