Medicare Patients Get a CheckUp

When you have an injury to your body it usually involves the muscles, nerves, ligaments, tendons, and or sometimes the discs in your back. When you are on a tight budget it is hard to justify going to a doctor’s clinic let alone a hospital so we justify to ourselves that we will be fine. However when that “scratch” becomes infected, swollen and you are in extreme pain, would you visit a doctors clinic then? What if you just thought your neck or back hurt but you thought it might go away with a good night’s sleep only to find in the morning that you can’t get out of bed and when you do struggle to get out of bed you find yourself on the floor- do you then crawl to the phone to call someone for help?

There is no doubt, the day and age we live in today is much harder on the pocket book and with health care laws in constant motion do we really know what Medicare, covers now? There is hope however and there are companies out there that have your best interest at heart. Social Service Coordinators knows that in this economy who doesn’t need a helping hand when it comes to paying bills?

When looking for help you will find that with Social Service Coordinators they have people working hard to assist you with a program called Social Service Checkup- this FREE on-line tool helps someone with Medicare qualify for local, state, and or federal programs that can help them pay for medications, energy assistance, home repair, transportation, and many more social programs in from all 50 states.

It’s a very simple process: visit sscincorporated, answer a few questions that let you know what you are qualified for and then just for you a list of programs will be provided that you can print out, look over the list and then determine from the many programs offered to you, which ones will meet your needs and then you are ready to get started. It is really that simple.

There are many people with Medicare who have low-incomes, but do not quite qualify for full Medicaid as was just mentioned you can get help with your bills, getting a “CheckUp” not only brings much-needed relief from some of the financial challenges but aids in keeping oneself healthy.

Learn more about Social Service Coordinators, and start getting your medical bills paid today!