Medicare for Disabled People Under 65
Medicare is available for people with ESRD, ALS and certain people with disabilities who are under age 65 who have been collecting benefits for 24 months. If you become eligible for Medicare because of a disability and have been receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or railroad disability annuity checks for 24 months, you should automatically be enrolled in both Medicare Parts A and B at the start of your 25th month.
Medicare Medi-Gap, Advantage, and Part D Plans
Once enrolled into Medicare, you do have a number of plan options to consider which include Supplemental (also known as Medi-Gap), Advantage and part D plans. We highly recommend that you contact a licensed medicare health plan professional who can walk you through the process and complete a personal assessment that will help you make a well-informed decision. Please contact us for a free no-obligation consultation.