Webinar 10/2: Medicare for People with Paralysis

September 19, 2019

Register for the webinar on Wednesday, October 2 at 3 - 4:30 pm ET.

The Center for Medicare Advocacy is partnering with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation to present the upcoming webinar: Medicare for People with Paralysis on October 2, 2019, from 3:00 to 4:30 PM. The foundation manages ACL's Paralysis Resource Center.

Understanding Medicare is important to those who currently qualify for health coverage through Medicare, or may qualify in the future. This webinar includes information on eligibility, enrollment, and coverage - with a special emphasis on home health care and durable medical equipment including related laws, regulations, policies, and practical tips to assist people living with paralysis to access home- and community-based Medicare coverage. We will also discuss important factors in choosing between traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage. 

Presented by Center for Medicare Advocacy Executive Director, Attorney Judith Stein, and Associate Director, Attorney Kathy Holt.

If you are unable to make the October 2 webinar, they will have a rebroadcast with live Q&A on Thursday, November 7, 2019, at 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM


ACL funds the Paralysis Resource Center to provide comprehensive information for people living with spinal cord injury, paralysis and mobility-related disabilities and their support networks. Resources include information and referral by phone and email in multiple languages including Spanish; a peer and family support mentoring program; a military and veterans program; multicultural outreach services; quality of life grants; and a national website.

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