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Posted on: September 13, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Over 50 after 5:00 sponsors Affordable Care Act seminar

A presentation explaining the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the largest and most complex piece of healthcare legislation, is being offered at 6:30 p.m., September 24 at the Liberty Community Center.

The law of the land is everyone must have health insurance in 2014. How do you get in the game if you are uninsured? What insurance policies are available and how do you get help paying the premiums? When do you sign up, and what is needed for the application? Presenter Jeff David, who has been an insurance professional since 1987 and provides community education to help people better understand the ins and outs of insurance, will help you to answer these types of questions. This class will be a relaxed, informative session so you have the winning play in 2014.

This seminar will be appropriate for senior citizens, children of senior citizens and baby boomers. To register for this informative program, call the Liberty Community Center at 816.439.4360 by September 20. A fee of $6.00 per person/$10 per couple will be applied.

This informative seminar is part of the Over 50 after 5:00 program created by the City of Liberty’s Senior Services division. The Over 50 after 5:00 program strives to offer activities that encourage social, intellectual and physical activity for the 50 and better crowd. For more information on this and other activities, contact the City’s Senior Services Division at 816.439.4395 or visit www.ci.liberty.mo.us/SeniorServices.

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