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Question by : Young Adult Section of the Affordable Care Act?
When does the young adult section of the Affordable Care Act take effect?
Answer by Shaun
Check with your insurer—a lot of them are already offering this option seeking that there are lots of applicants looking to get their children back in their family insurance plan.
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Neenah, Wis. (PRWEB) February 08, 2012
As the costs of medical care and supplies continue to rise, consumers want to be reimbursed for as many expenses as possible, says Lynn Wilson, Co-Founder of The CareGiver Partnership. “The good news is, there are several areas worth checking into to be reimbursed for the costs of incontinence products.”
According to U.S. Internal Revenue Service guidelines, the cost of incontinence supplies may be tax-deductible if shown theyre necessary to relieve the effect of a specific disease, says Wilson. A physician can diagnose medical incontinence and may be able to advise on reimbursement, depending on ones health and financial situation.
Other options include Medicare, a health insurance program for people age 65 or older or with certain disabilities or end-stage renal disease, and Medicaid, health insurance that helps many people who cant afford medical care pay for some or all of their medical bills.
Be sure to also check your telephone books county government section for aging and disability resource centers, or ask your local senior center to help you find resources, says Wilson. Check if your area has a diaper bank, where products are donated by organizations or individuals, then given to people who cannot afford them; some diaper banks include incontinence supplies for adults.
Wilson suggests starting with the following list of government and senior resources:
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A provision in the new health law allows adult children to stay on their parents insurance until they turn 26 – but not necessarily if the plan is made up of retirees. Find out what the options are.
msnbc.com: Health care
WASHINGTON—New health care reform law guidance eases previous rules on how health care plans handle disputed claims and clears up uncertainty on coverage provided to employees’ adult children.
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Labor Department guidance clarifies health care law
Parts of the new federal health care reform law will begin Wednesday. Additional health care reforms will be put in place later this month, including one that allows parents to keep their adult children on the family health care plan until age 26. However, opponents of the new law say it’s an expansion of government that will have negative repercussions. WKSU’s Jo Ingles reports.
Health care reforms begin to take effect in Ohio
Adult website operator among Rand Paul donors
Republican Rand Paul’s campaign for Senate in conservative Kentucky wouldn’t say Friday whether it will return money from a donor who runs an adult website featuring photos of lingerie-clad and nude women.
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“Any time you can take a speed bump out, take away borders from health care, it helps,” said Dr. Ken Nelson, the medical director at Community Nurse Adult Clinic in La Grange and a driving force behind the bill. …
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Free Health Care Event Spurs Change to State Law / Chicago News …
It’s an example of how the early provisions of the health care law can create winners and losers among groups lawmakers intended to help — people with health problems, families with young adult children and small businesses. …
One of the “gets” for Obama and the Democrats during the Health Care debate and vote is the ability for parents to keep their children on their insurance plans until those turn 27. A 26-year-old adult child can be carried on his …
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Health care politics: Obama fast-tracks new law’s coverage of adult children
Raising the dependent age on family policies to 26 is a keystone of health care reform, targeting the largest pool of uninsured. It’s an early test of how corporations – and voters – will react.
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