Community groups across the state are invited to schedule an AARP speaker to explain what the Affordable Care Act means for state residents who are uninsured, enrolled in Medicare or have other insurance.
Like most laws, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as the health care law, is complex. Who could forget all the talk about this over 900-page document? You don’t need to read the entire law, but you do need to understand what the changes in the law mean to you. How the law works for you is based on who you are, where you live, and what your health status and health coverage is.
Nicole Duritz, Vice President of Health for AARP Education and Outreach recently visited Connecticut and appeared on WTNH's Connecticut Style program with Teresa LaBarbera to talk about the new health care law and what it means for you and your family.
AARP Louisiana’s speakers bureau is booking engagements at community events across the state to help Louisianans understand changes in health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Learn how the Affordable Care Act can benefit you and your family – today and in the near future. This interactive AARP guide will help you find resources tailored to your needs, whether it's about Medicare, health insurance coverage for you or your family, or public programs that may work for you.
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