Medicare has always been confusing, and with 800,000 older adults who qualify for Medicare services locally imagine changing one of their lives because of the counseling you have provided them.
The Council on Aging Southern California is providing an opportunity to receive extensive training to learn Medicare and become a HICAP Volunteer Counselor. The Council on Aging's ability to provide free services is dependent on the generosity of over 400 volunteers who are trained to meet the growing needs of the older adult community. Join the effort to help improve lives throughout Southern California.
Watch HICAP Volunteer Counselors share their inspiring stories and learn more about this wonderful opportunity by visiting www.coasc.org/hicapcanhelp or by clicking here.
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Office on Aging provides 27 different programs and services, which are free to those who qualify.
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Office on Aging’s Publications webpage offers a number of print resources on various aging and disability topics to keep you connected and informed.
Click here to visit our Publications webpage.
The Network of Care website provides a wealth of resources for older adults, persons with disabilities, their caregivers, and other service providers.
Click here to visit Network of Care.
Office on Aging has two (2) Information and Education Vans (Info Vans) that are available to participate in community events, fairs, and conduct small presentations.
Click here to learn more and to reserve an Info Van.