Medicare for Individuals with Disabilities

Many people understand that they will start receiving Medicare when they turn 65. However, there are other criteria that qualify certain individuals under the age of 65, including disabilities. If you qualify for Social Security disability benefits, you may also qualify for Medicare to cover your medical expenses. If you receive a monthly benefit to help replace lost wages that result from your permanent disability, you might be eligible. To [...]

2020-05-29T02:47:43+00:00Disability|

Qualifying for Medicare Under the Age of 65

Many people think they are only eligible for Medicare when they turn 65, but there are many people who are entitled to incredible benefits, under the age of 65, who don’t know they qualify for these benefits. That’s right, incredible benefits such as: Premiums starting at $0 per month Coverage for copays and deductibles Prescription drugs Dental Vision Hearing And transportation to the doctor and pharmacy One way to [...]

2020-05-26T15:38:51+00:00Disability, Social Security|

What Medicare Benefits are Available for People with Disabilities?

Coverage is the same for people who qualify for Medicare due to disability as it is for those who qualify based on age (turning 65). This includes people with dementia, mental illness, ALS, MS and other long-term and chronic conditions. There are no illnesses or underlying conditions that disqualify people for Medicare coverage. Because of this, millions of Americans under the age of 65 and already on Medicare can [...]

2020-05-26T15:39:37+00:00Disability, Social Security|
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