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Experts to Explain Medicare and Social Security Benefits

DATE: 11-12-2003

Questions abound for 50- and 60-something baby boomers as they start to plan for retirement: what are Medicare Part A and B; when and how do I enroll; what if any help is there with long-term care; when am I eligible for Social Security benefits and how much?

The Cayuga Community College library?open to the public year-round as a research and reading resource?will offer special information on these topics on Wednesday evening, November 12. A free panel presentation on Medicare and Social Security for pre-retirement planning will be held in the Bourke Memorial Library at the college's Auburn campus at 7:00 p.m.

The panel speakers are local experts on Medicare and Social Security: Sharon Arliss, coordinator of aging services for Cayuga County Office for the Aging, on Medicare coverage, gaps, and recipient expectations; Carol Bryant, district manager for the Social Security Administration, on preparing for Social Security; and David Stapleton, elder law attorney, on long-term care. Additional information on the panel presentation is available from the library at 315-255-1743, extension 2296.