Boulder County Medicare Basics Classes now offered in the evening on April 29 and May 23

The following is a press release from Boulder County and is published by the Longmont Observer as a public service.

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The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging, a division of Community Services, offers Medicare Basics Classes throughout Boulder County. These sessions are designed for anyone who wants information about Medicare enrollment, plans, benefits and costs. In order to meet the needs of those who cannot attend one of the many daytime classes every month, the Medicare Counseling program will offer two separate evening Medicare Basics classes in Longmont on Monday, April 29, and Thursday, May 23. If you’ve wanted to attend a class but can’t take part during the day, these sessions are for you.

What: Boulder County Medicare Basics Class
When: Monday, April 29, or Thursday, May 23, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 
Where: The Longmont Senior Center, 910 Long Peaks Ave

Join the Boulder County AAA for one of these evening classes and learn more about original Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement plans, and prescription drug coverage. This county Medicare Counseling program does not involve selling any Medicare coverage. Instead, it offers up-to-date, objective information and guidance to help consumers compare the plans that are currently available. Seating is limited, please call 303-651-8411 to register for either of these Longmont classes and reserve a spot. The Longmont Senior Center will process your registration.

There is no charge to attend these classes. The full schedule for all the classes offered across the county from April-June, along with additional details about the program can be found on the Medicare Counseling website at boco.org/MedicareCounseling.


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