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My Mature Times - October 2013

My Mature Times - October 2013

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My Mature Times for today's active seniors.
My Mature Times for today's active seniors.

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MYMATURETIMES.COM
OCTOBER 2013PAGE 2
This plan is available to anyone who has both Medical Assistance from the State and Medicare. Premiums, co-pays, co-insurance, and deductibles may vary basedon the level of Extra Help you receive. Please contact the plan for further details. The benefit information provided is a brief summary, not a complete descriptionof benefits. For more information contact the plan. Limitations, copayments, and restrictions may apply. Benefits, formulary, provider network, premium and/or co-payments/co-insurance may change on January 1 of each year. This information is available for free in other languages. Please call our customer service number at866-634-7782 (TTY 711), 7 days a week, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Esta información está disponible en otros idiomas sin costo alguno. Favor de contactar a nuestro Departamentode servicio al cliente llamando al 866-634-7782 (TTY 711), 7 días de la semana, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Cigna-HealthSpring is contracted with Medicare for HMO, PPO and PDPplans and with select State Medicaid programs. Enrollment in Cigna-HealthSpring depends on contract renewal.Y0036_14_10953 Accepted 09252013 © 2013 Cigna
FOR PEOPLE ON MEDICARE & MEDICAID
Cigna-HealthSpring TotalCare (HMO SNP) oers:
TransportationOne-way Trips toPlan-ApprovedLocationsEvery YearAnnualAllowanceEyewearMonthlyAllowancefor Over-the-CounterMedicationsPrescriptionDrugsCoveredAnnualPreventive &ComprehensiveDental Benefits
Or call Cigna-HealthSpring at:
866-634-7782 (TTY 711)7 days a week, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Visit us online!
www.mycignahealthspring.com
 
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MYMATURETIMES.COM
OCTOBER 2013PAGE 3
Give Back, Seniors. Volunteer.
E
verybody can benefitfrom doing volunteer work butespecially seniors. From makingnew friends to making a differ-ence in someone’s life, volun-teering is a rewarding way tospend free time productively.Seniors have a full lifetime of experiences to share. As former entrepreneurs, sales representa-tives, artists, farmers, nurses,teachers, and trades profession-als, to name a few of their vastlivelihoods, to hobbyists likefishermen, gardeners, knitters,mechanics, wood workers, thewealth of knowledge that theycan contribute to their localcommunities is practically end-less.Here are ten great reasons whythe senior in your care should become a volunteer. These aretaken from Senior Corps, part of the Corporation for National andCommunity Service (CNCS), afederal agency that connectsAmerican citizens of all demo-graphic categories to give themthe opportunity to improve their communities.
• Volunteers are essentialto the United States.
Our country needs volunteers to con-tinue thriving –especially intimes of financial crisis. In 2009the American Recovery andReinvestment Act mobilizedmore than 135,000 volunteerswho helped more than a million people.
• American industry needsseniors now more thanever.
Communities need activeseniors. While all volunteersmake a difference, experienced,knowledgeable seniors make aneven bigger difference by savingorganizations money that can be put to better use in other ways.The Senior Corps programRSVE (Retired and Senior Vol-unteer Program) is the nation’slargest senior volunteer net-work. More than 72,000 differ-ent organizations use RSVP tofind volunteers, so all retiredseniors can easily find an oppor-tunity that works for them.
• Senior volunteers helpbridge the generation gap.
The cultural differences betweenseniors and young people arehuge! Differences like technol-ogy, workplace behavior andeven political differences createa great divide. But when seniorsand young people get the chanceto work together and collabo-rate, there is reciprocal learningfor all involved and results in a better understanding of eachother.Continues on next page

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