- Answers on Aging: Financial Exploitation
- Answers on Aging: Pharmacy Benefits
- Building Capacity
- Business Institute
- Dementia Friendly America
- Eldercare Locator
- engAGED: The National Resource Center for Engaging Older Adults
- Livable Communities
- Medicare & Benefits Enrollment
- Serving Diverse Older Adults
- Volunteer Resource Center
Join the Movement to Help Make Medicare
Easier to Understand
n4a is a proud supporter of National Medicare Education Week, Sept. 15 – 21, which has the goal of helping Medicare beneficiaries, their families and caregivers make confident, informed Medicare decisions—just in time for Medicare Open Enrollment, which starts one month later (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7). This campaign perfectly aligns with the work AAAs already do to educate consumers about Medicare and offers additional tools to make your outreach easier and more successful.
Since 2012, National Medicare Education Week has:
- Engaged with thousands of consumers to answer their Medicare questions and provide Medicare information
- Hosted more than 150 in-person educational events per year in communities across the country
- Received mayoral proclamations nationwide naming Sept. 15 – 21 National Medicare Education Week in their communities
Here’s what you can do:
- Hold an educational event in your community. We’ve gathered everything you need in our Medicare Education Toolkit. It’s all downloadable and ready to use.
- Participate on social media. n4a's social media toolkit helps AAAs raise awareness of their Medicare education efforts with older adults in their communities.
Medicare Education Toolkit
Use this tool as a guide for presenting Medicare information at your event.
This “at-a-glance” tool offers basic information and next steps. It’s good for consumers who need basic information to get started.
Give this to participants to capture their questions and notes during the event.
Take advantage of this tool to get feedback on your event. Give it to participants along with the handout at the beginning of the meeting, and collect completed forms as participants leave.
Place this signage around the building to direct participants to the meeting room.