If you're thinking about buying a South Maui home for retirement, or you're simply a resident without employer-based health care coverage, the upcoming workshop on health care education may be of interest you. Nothing is more important than your health, so if you have questions, this is an ideal opportunity to ask them.
This workshop is titled "Medicare, the Healthcare Law & You." If you're retiring, or planning to, Medicare is America's primary health care provider for those of age 65 and over. This portion of the workshop will provide a helpful overview on how Medicare works and what to expect from their healthcare.
As for those who are under 65 and don't have employer-based health care, the focus will be centered on accessing health care through the Hawaii Health Connector. Evaluating your best health care option can be an overwhelming experience, and many feel the need to get advice from someone who already knows all the ins and outs of the system. Trial and error can be a messy process, so why not skip it and learn from those who already have the knowledge you need?
No matter what your age, Maui itself can be great for your health. There are so many opportunities for physical activities that you enjoy, it's hard to be sedentary. All you have to be careful of here more than in other places is the UV, so protect your skin and enjoy the clean air and stunning natural environment. The health of your mind can improve the health of your body. If you're in the market for South Maui real estate, the ocean will be at your fingertips. It can soothe your stress just to watch and listen, even if you never dip a toe in.
If you want to make the most of your health, swing by this workshop. After all, it's free. It will take place from 5:30pm - 7:30pm on October 13th at St. Theresa Church, which is located at 25 West Lipoa Street in Kihei. If you need more information, call 877-926-8300. Pamela Cunningham from the Hawaii State Health Insurance Program will be presenting.
Mahalo for reading this week, and cheers to your good health!
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