The only way our country can return to any form of normalcy is with an effective vaccine for the coronavirus. But would Medicare cover the cost?
The coronavirus pandemic has been devastating to the elderly, particularly those in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
Seniors and adults with special needs who are claimed as dependents are among a group who will not receive a coronavirus relief payment.
Social Security office closures have caused problems for recently unemployed seniors who need to apply for Medicare after losing their employer coverage.
Unemployment has been skyrocketing as a result of COVID-19. And seniors who lose their jobs may be tempted to claim Social Security benefits early.
As COVID-19 continues to hit nursing homes and assisted living facilities hard, families are wondering if they should bring their loved ones home.
The coronavirus relief bill includes a direct payment to most Americans, but this has Medicaid recipients wondering how the payment will affect them.
Signed into law on March 27, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act contains some elements that affect seniors.
The spread of the coronavirus has forced the federal government to restrict visitor access at nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
To my friends in the communities I serve, please know that I am aware of the current Coronavirus outbreak in our area.