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MLEONARDIS
33:34
Excellent.... Thank You!
Sally Goldfarb
34:23
How will we get access to the recording? Where will it be posted?
Dinah Fox
37:27
I will be posting the presentation deck to our distribution list, and Margaret will also share it by email. So, you should be receiving it within a week.
Kathie Donaldson
44:00
Once the child gets Medicare, does the child have to pay the premiums for Medicare?
Eugenia Cangialosi
44:52
My child is getting Medicaid. What is the benefit of getting Medicare?
Laura Gaffney
55:54
Does Medicare cover psychiatry appointments?
Chick Pinto
56:40
Our daughter was just switched from SSI to SSDI and we were told that as a result she no longer will qualify for Medicaid. We submitted an appeal but haven't heard anything yet. Is there a chance she could lose her Medicaid coverage?
mmindygould@aol.com
59:49
So, my son is literally just about to be covered by Medicare. He also has private health insurance that we will drop at the end of the year. He has type 1 diabetes so he has a lot of prescription costs. When he is only on Medicare and Medicaid in 2023 how do I go about getting Part D once he no longer has private health insurance
mmindygould@aol.com
01:02:43
My son’s Medicaid health insurance through Horizon and the card says NJ Family Care - so does not mean he has Family Care and not ABD Medicaid?
Prost
01:04:48
My daughter is currently covered by Medicaid and private insurance. When I retire and lose private insurance. I then will be on Medicare. Does my daughter need to wait 24 months before being covered by Medicare?
Dinah Fox
01:06:25
Yes! Your child WILL have to wait 24 months before being covered by Medicare.
Melissa Acree
01:07:35
Do both parents have to be 65 for the child to qualify for Medicare?
Dinah Fox
01:08:32
No! Your child will begin getting Medicare 24 months after they begin collecting SSDI, whatever age their parents are.... So it is based on when they begin collecting SSDI
Michele Puzio
01:09:32
the parent must retire correct, not just be 65
Melanie Ayers
01:09:43
What are the pros/cons of a D-SNP compared to keeping original Medicare--especially if you have private insurance through the parents
Dinah Fox
01:10:49
No! The Parent must begin collecting Social Security themselves, if the child (Disabled Adult Child) is to begin collecting SSDI on their parent's record. You can begin collecting Social Security after 62, if you choose to...
Sheryl
01:11:36
Can you please repeat your listserve address?
Melissa Acree
01:12:13
Does this information hold true for individuals living in their own apartment?
Dinah Fox
01:12:26
ABSOLUTELY!
Prost
01:12:34
While my daughter waits for 24 months to get Medicare is she covered by Medicaid? Thank you.
Dinah Fox
01:13:07
Yes! But listen carefully to how to make sure she keeps her Medicaid even after 24 months...
Tom Ganley
01:20:42
How can a person find out if they are eligible for Medicare based on own work record?
Dinah Fox
01:21:33
Tom, you will have to contact Social Security offices to find out if they are eligible for Medicare on their own record.
Marlin Sauder
01:21:53
23 year old SSI beneficiary lost his father aged 54. Father was self employed for last approx. 20 years and I believe paid into SS. Individual primary insurer is by Mother, aged 54. secondary is Horizon Medicaid I understand the medical. Regarding SSA, Should this individual apply for DAC status now to draw his SS or wait ??
Sheryl
01:22:16
Could you please repeat the address of your listserve?
MarySue Flaherty
01:22:43
We will receive a copy of this powerpoint, correct?
Kathleen Freeman
01:22:54
If one parent starts to collect SSI at 62, can the child start to receive SSDI while the other parent postpone collecting SSDI until 70yo?
Dinah Fox
01:22:56
Yes! I will be sending it out.
MarySue Flaherty
01:23:09
Thank you!
sarah
01:23:50
is renewal DAC application different?
Nelly Shoham
01:24:04
My daughter receives SSDI & Survivor's Benefit, do you have to follow the rule that money can only be used for food clothing and shelter for both benefits (SSDI & Survivors benefit) or can it be used for entertainment, cover her vacation expenses etc?
Kathleen Freeman
01:24:30
Can a child be covered by a parent's employer's insurance and be under the CCW receiving SSI, Medicaid and in a residential placement?
Barbara Reddington
01:24:33
How do you know what will be covered PRIOR to treatment for example surgery with many doctors, hospital, labs, tests etc?
Nelly Shoham
01:25:13
We all know that MOST of providers refuse to accept Medicaid, - would you get in trouble if you are willing to use the SSDI $ to cover the 20% unpaid be Medicaid?
Ratna Jonnada
01:26:33
If Medicare covers 80%, would Medicaid cover the other 20%?
Cecilia Feeley
01:28:16
How long does it take between the move of the adult child who loses SSI due to parents SSDI to get the DAC Medicaid coverage? Can you prep in advance so the adult child doesn't lose services?
Kathie Donaldson
01:28:18
If we have a DDD budget how do we make sure that the budget stays in tact for SDEs and work program?
Harlan
01:28:45
How to protect WorkAbility Medicaid when going onto SSDI?
Mercedes Witowsky
01:29:36
Once an individual continues Medicaid after becoming eligible for SSDI, do you have to complete an annual recertification?
mmindygould@aol.com
01:29:45
My son’s Medicaid health insurance is through Horizon and the card says NJ Family Care - so does this mean he has the Family Care expanded that you talked about or does he have ABD Medicaid?
fpagliante’s iPad
01:30:30
my son is on njworkability and can get private health insurance from his work. is this a problem if he is getting medicaid?
sarah
01:32:38
my son received a medicaid renewal application.
Rosen
01:32:44
Is there a place to type in all medications to find the best plan ?
Kathleen Freeman
01:33:43
A follow-up, I at 62yo taking SSI, am not eligible for Medicare, but my child is?
Laura Kelly
01:34:36
If an individual is dual eligible & has RX plan though private insurance but the drug co-pay is $4k, medicaid will no longer cover the co-pay due to medicare. What do you recommend? Dropping the private insurance?
Owner
01:34:38
Is a Benchmark Part D Rx plan assigned to individual when they start to receive medicare or is there a choice of plans? How would we know formularies?
Mercedes Witowsky
01:34:44
Will the individual’s SSDI monthly benefit amount change in value after the second parent begins accepting SS.
sarah
01:35:01
is renewal application for DAC is different than njfc Medicaid?
Rose
01:38:10
Yes. Blue ABD form yearly sent
Diane Cash
01:38:53
Older parent will collect SS first. Younger parent not yet retired and has higher income so higher SS monthly payment. Can child switch to qualify under younger parent once they retire?
Sheryl
01:39:35
It's Mainstreamingmedicalcare.org
Diane Cash
01:40:35
My question was answered. Thanks.
Melissa Acree
01:41:40
My husband will be 65 in August but he is not planning on receiving social security benefits, he is only going to take Part A, how does his affect our son with IDD?
Rosen
01:41:43
Is there a maximum amount per family. I heard it was 5000 total. So if a dad gets 3000 and spouse 1500 does that mean ch8ld will only get 500
Sheryl
01:42:22
Thank you so much. This was very helpful
Barbara Reddington
01:42:23
Thank you !!!!
Mary Glacken
01:42:29
Thanks so much Bev!!!!!
Mary Claire Gomeringer
01:42:30
Excellent presentation! Thank you very much Bev….
Nelly Shoham
01:42:31
Thanks Terrific presentation!
Rose
01:42:32
Is there any resources on how to spend down the monthly SSDI income to prevent Going over $2000/mo w/o charging rent to your child?
terri
01:42:51
Thank you!
Melanie Ayers
01:42:51
So thankful for this session!!
Michele Puzio
01:43:00
thank you so much
Meryl Stone
01:43:01
Thank you so much! So informative
sarah
01:43:01
Thank you.
Deborah Gonzalez
01:43:04
Thank you this was good information that is very much needed.
Mindy Cress
01:43:05
Thank you!
Jean E
01:43:26
Wonderful help! Thank you so much!
Owner
01:43:29
Is a Benchmark Part D Rx plan assigned to individual when they start to receive medicare or is there a choice of plans? How would we know formularies?
Cecilia Feeley
01:43:35
Very Informative! Thank you.
Laura Gaffney
01:43:57
Thank you for this presentation!
Nancy
01:44:16
When applying for county Medicaid for DAC daughter, age 32, process went badly. We applied to county that she was living in a group residence. .But turned out that we needed to go back to original county that she initially filed for SSI at age 18. just an FYI for those no longer living with parents
mmindygould@aol.com
01:44:51
Thank you very much!
Subha
01:46:17
Thank you so much for an informative workshop.
Rosen
01:46:32
Thank you so much
june
01:46:52
Thank you for your time today. Very helpful!
Melanie Ayers
01:46:57
Please send to rfspc8@gmail.com for region #8
suzettegreen
01:46:59
Thank you!