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MASON CITY, Iowa – A group of seniors is gathering today to learn more about their Medicare benefits.
The Elderbridge Agency on Aging holds seminars a few times a year to inform folks of their new Medicare benefits.
The presentation also goes over how to sign up for certain programs.
It’s an effort to help make sure those who are just turning 65 stay on top of their health insurance benefits.
“So they make the right decisions. We don’t tell them what to buy but we help them compare apples to apples so they get into the programs that will best serve them,” says Kim Doughty with the Agency.
The Agency on Aging is working with NIACC to get a group enrollment session together where folks will be able to get signed up on computers.