Many organizations offer options for low-income people over the age of 65.
Medicare covers most health care services, including preventative care. But it typically does not cover routine dental, vision and hearing care. While some Medicare Advantage Plans cover these routine services, most have a monthly premium in addition to the Part B Medicare premium.
Unfortunately, many older American’s can’t afford Medicare Advantage plans or out-of-pocket fees for dental, vision, and hearing care, and therefore go without these important services.