Celebrating 14 years as a Medicare Specialist, October 2022

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Hello Theresa,

  • FEDERAL PROGRAM – Helps With Drug Costs
  • RATATOUILLE ? - Love Veggies? You’ll love this dish!  


If you are moving and relocating to Florida, I can help you find a new Medicare plan. Please give me a call; and referrals to friends and family are always welcomed and appreciated! 

I will be known in Florida as “Boomer Health Plans Made Simple, LLC”

(Florida would not let me keep the word “Medicare” in my business name).

Keep reading!

Theresa Cangemi CSA, CLTC

"The Medicare Lady™" 


FEDERAL PROGRAM - Help With Drug Costs

At the beginning of August 2022, my newsletter discussed two websites that can help with prescription drugs:

Cost Plus Drugs

Still need more help or options - with prescription costs? 


There is a Federal Program called Extra Help (sometimes referred to as LIS or Low Income Subsidy). This program helps certain members pay for some to most of the out-of-pocket costs for Medicare prescription drugs, if their monthly income and assets are below specified limits. This chart details the income and asset limits for 2022.

Extra Help/LIS Chart

You can get more information and enroll in the Extra Help prescription program by calling the Social Security Administration, to see if you qualify at:

  • Syracuse Office: 866-755-4884
  • Oswego Office:  866-964-7593
  • Medicare Office: 800-633-4227
  • Medicaid Office: 315-435-2928 / 800-541-2831


RATATOUILLE ? - Love Veggies? You’ll love this dish!  

Ever wonder what Ratatouille is?  Remember the cute movie Ratatouille?


It is actually a dish that is composed of various vegetables stirred and stewed together until they begin to melt into each other. Yes, love veggies!


The recipe calls for tomato, zucchini, eggplant, bell pepper, onions, garlic, and green herbs. Add chicken or fish and you have a great meal!

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* This article is for information purposes only. I don’t recommend, support, or diagnose any featured writer or article. I am not a doctor. Your health is one of a kind. What works for one person may not for another, so the information in these articles should not take the place of an expert opinion. Before making significant lifestyle or diet changes, please consult your primary care physician or nutritionist. You and your doctor will know your own health best.
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