What started out as a way to help unravel the maze of Medicare has turned into a mission for native Houstonian Toni King. Author of “Medicare and Health Insurance Survival Guide: What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You.” Toni has set out to educate and inform the public about a system that is constantly changing and presenting new challenges.
“The Medicare and You Handbook is only rules that can affect a person’s pocketbook if they are not properly enrolled in certain Parts of Medicare,” says King. She took the Medicare handbook and her experiences of working with Medicare clients and put it into people terms. Now the Average American can understand a complicated system. She says her book is written in “Good Old Fashion Texan!”
“There is no more Marvin Zindler,” she reminds us, “and someone has got to step up to the plate and I’m doing it.” Looking after the public’s interest is what she intends to do when it comes to Medicare. She helps to guide a person to which plan is the best fit for their personal health situation.
King states that several years ago, she started noticing that there were so many confused Americans as a result of what she says has been inaccurate information from Medicare and Social Security employees.
King invites the public to join her Tuesday, October 4 at either 10:00 AM or 6:30 PM at Sugar Creek Baptist Church LYF Center at 13444 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77478. Please RSVP by calling 832-800-4674 as space is limited.
Ms. King has an extensive knowledge of Medicare insurance and will explain many subjects that confuse those on Medicare. She will discuss the difference between a Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage plans, when to enroll in Medicare at the right times and most of all what is the “famous donut hole” and how to avoid getting in it.
Come and join Toni at the Sugar Creek “Confused about Medicare workshop. For those who cannot attend and have questions concerning you or a loved one, Toni can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or can visit her website www.survivingmedicare.com.