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Old 07-25-2019, 02:45 PM   #11
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When you get that letter make sure you keep this copy
put up were you can get it when you need it.

Both my boys get the extra help in prescriptions too.

And Derrick got a check back because they messed up and
were over charging him by mistake at the pharmacy. And we
had no clue. But it was still something he could afford so we
just paid it.

Imagine the surprise when that check arrived with no explanation
till it came.

Donna
Hi Donna ~ Yeup, just sent away for folders to update all this information in, so I don't loose it. I know about the surprises too, however, I have heard that if Social Security makes a mistake in their favor, they will deduct that amount from your very next check, which is a bummer.

Just got approved for my Supplemental Plan. It starts August 1st and with Extra Help, they will help pay for the monthly everything, except Part B for Medicare.

Passed Medical Underwriting, yay !!

Next to add Part D and Dental/Vison and I'll be all set. It's about time for some good news.

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Old 07-25-2019, 04:20 PM   #12
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that is great
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Yes, very good news.
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That is wonderful!!! BF
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The insurance agent that put in my application put the date for September, instead of August. Trying to correct that today, should know something on Monday.

I need to get into Partial Hospitalization, I really need stabilization and to get away from this place, a break from everyone who lives here. I need to start the process of mental health care as my mood is soo wonky and unpredictable.

Found out that I got 100% acceptance for this plan which means I can afford it. The plan didn't triple my monthly premium. And Extra Help will help pay for Plan D so that will be a financial relief. That was one good thing that came out of today.

I just texted my new psych doc to inform him about my insurance changes, I hope he takes my plan as I am settling in with him and like him.

It's been alot to deal with last two months, I really need to go inpatient soon for help.

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I soo dislike finding out issues that cannot be corrected and have to wait over the weekend......................

My insurance agent and myself agreed that my plan would start on August 1st and yet he made a mistake and put down September 1st.

Sigh................... leaving things upside down over a period of time is, very difficult. Especially since I was depending upon going Partial Hospitalization next week. If I have to wait until September, then my paratransit will be battling with the school buses which will delay getting there and back again. Trying to keep issues at bay to keep calm.

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I hope you can get it resolved soon. It sounds like it was
his fault so you should be okay.

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Are you okay Blue? Have a peaceful evening. BF
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are you okay? Are you finally sleeping?
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are you okay? Are you finally sleeping?
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Hi Bobby ~ I am okay, thank you for asking. Saw my psych doc yesterday and he upped my medication so I can finally sleep. Thank you for checking in.

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