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We know you want what's best for the person you care about. Choosing the right Medicare plan for your loved one can be simpler when you know the basics.

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Choosing the right plan for your loved one

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Choosing the right plan for your loved one

For Christopher Ciano of Aetna Medicare, helping people navigate the health system is personal. As the caregiver for his 91-year-old parents, Ciano shares advice on how to manage the daily challenges of supporting loved ones’ health needs.

What are the parts of Medicare?

What are the parts of Medicare?

Knowing the parts of Medicare is the first step towards learning how to get the most out of your loved one's health care coverage. 

When to enroll in Medicare

When to enroll in Medicare

Turning 65 may be important when it comes to Medicare, but you’ll need to keep track of several other key dates for your loved one. Learn more about the enrollment periods that cover everything from signing up for the first time to making changes to your loved one's Medicare plan.

 
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Questions about Medicare?

Get answers to common Medicare questions.

 

The most frequently asked Medicare questions

The most frequently asked Medicare questions

Cynthia See, an Aetna Medicare call center rep, is a natural at helping guide people through Medicare. She recently sat down with a friend who is signing up for Medicare for the first time to discuss some of the most frequently asked questions she receives.

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Caregiver resources

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Caregiver resources

Home safety checklists. Medicine dose management tools. Local community support. Find this information and more in our caregiver resources booklet It’s available for download at no cost to you.

Self-care tips for caregivers

Self-care tips for caregivers

You can’t care for your loved one if you don’t take care of yourself. Take time to preserve your well-being so you can be present as a caregiver for the ones who need you most.

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Caregiving for yourself and others

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Caregiving for yourself and others

Caring for yourself and others can be easier with the right resources. Learn how one couple has cared for each other without neglecting their own health.

 
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What plan do I need?

Answering a few questions may help you find the right coverage.

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