Medicare for People Under 65

Medicare is available for certain people with disabilities for over 24 months who are under 65. In order to qualify for Medicare when you are younger than 65, you must have the following: 1) receive Social Security Disability Benefits for over 24 months or have Lou Gehrig’s (ALS) disease or End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).

Typically, there is a 5-month waiting period to determine if you will qualify for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI). However, it is important to note that people with ESRD or ALS, or certain other diseases do not have to wait the required 24 months to be eligible and collect Medicare benefits.

If the person or persons who qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits they should automatically be enrolled in Medicare, if for whatever reason they do not receive their card they should contact their local social security office for assistance.

Once you qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits and Medicare you may want to understand your benefits. You will qualify for the same benefits as other people who are receiving Medicare: 1) hospital; 2) nursing home; 3) home health services; 4) Doctors; 5) Specialists; 6) health services found in the community.

It is important to note that the service provided to the Medicare beneficiary who is under 65 does not have to be related to disability, it can be for any medical reason, like yearly screenings and testing.

If a doctor determines that a patient and a Medicare beneficiary has the following long-term diseases. Medicare coverage for the services CANNOT BE DENIED for the following: 1) Alzheimer’s Disease; 2) Parkinson’s Disease; 3) Multiple sclerosis; 4) Mental illness. If you find that Medicare has wrongfully denied you services, you can ask your treating Physician for assistance.

Medicare coverage also covers people with disabilities and that are working. There are 3 different categories, and each category has its own rules and criteria.

Choosing and understanding your Medicare benefits when you have Social Security Disability Benefits have different rules and choices it can become complex, convoluted, and outright confusing.

As you can see choosing a Medicare Plan as a veteran can be Complex, Convoluted, and outright confusing, we at YOURMEDICARE by AYA and Associates make it clear simple, and understandable. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. For more information please go to email me at I will be more than happy to help you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hello, my name is Rolando Arellano and I am the President of AYA and Associates who are the creator of YOURMEDICARE. I am available on: ✆ 1-(559) 343-2333 ✉ Rolando@YourMedicareCovergae.Net

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