The Warrior Way is a program through a non-profit organization called Warrior Bags. The Warrior way is a mentorship program for cancer warriors, caregivers, and children battling cancer. Joanie S (client) is a mentor of the Warrior Way and requested a written bio of no more than 200 words that included her background information, her relationship to the President of the organization, and her reason for involvement in the Warrior Way.
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These are a culmination of the articles I have written for Clevenger Insurance Agency that has to do with health insurance-related topics.
Have you ever heard of Telemedicine, also known as, Virtual Visits?
If not, allow us to introduce you to the next best thing since #sliced #bread! If you’ve ever woken up in the morning feeling as sick as a dog, but your doctor doesn’t have time to squeeze you in and sitting in the waiting room of an urgent care center makes you feel even more ill, then Virtual Visits are for you!
A Virtual Visit gives you 24/7, 7 days a week access to doctors via skype or FaceTime. These doctors are availabl...
Your child has graduated high school, made their way successfully through college, and is now headed toward the real, adult world of full-time jobs and paying their own bills!
This might leave you wondering, how long can you keep your child on your health insurance policy? When should they start planning to get their own insurance?
The general rule of thumb is that dependent children can remain on their parent’s health insurance policy up to the age of 26.
Now, as to when coverage terminates ...
You just lost your current health insurance coverage through your spouse or your parent, and now you’re in a #panic! What are you supposed to do now?! Well, first, don’t #panic. Take a deep breath and let’s talk about your options! If you currently have a full-time job that offers health insurance, there are two #magic #words that will allow you to jump onto that plan mid-year: Qualifying Event.
A qualifying event is a change in life circumstances that allows you to enroll in your employer’s ...
Did you know that you have access to a FREE annual preventative exam through your health insurance plan?
Yep, it’s true!
It’s a great incentive to make sure you’re being proactive about taking care of your body and your long-term health.
We know that the term “free” can, at times, be too good to be true. Which is why you may be scratching your head and wondering, what’s the catch?
Sometimes, if you’re not prepared, this free wellness exam can turn into an office visit and cost you more out of...
Have you heard the latest rumor?
Yep, it’s true! Depending on the circumstance, Botox may actually be covered under your health insurance!
If you are someone who suffers from chronic migraines, then you are probably familiar with the throbbing head pain, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound.
Relief from these symptoms is top priority when you’re suffering something this painful, and when regular treatments are unsuccessful and it can be very discouraging.
Well, take heart, because we ma...
Vision coverage is great coverage to opt into because it tends to be much more cost effective than your medical coverage. But it can also be the type of coverage that causes major anxiety due to lack of knowledge on the consumer’s part on how the plan actually operates!
So, to cut down on stress-induced heartburn, here are some tips and tricks to help you maximize your vision benefits:
First thing to keep in mind: a lot of optometrists are NOT in-network. We know this can be frustrating, so m...
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“What am I supposed to do now?”
Her tears ran down her face hot and full of shame and I sat across from her shifting uncomfortably in my seat, palms sweating.
I loathed this question the most because it always seemed to come at times when I didn’t have the answers.
My dear friend had just confided in me something that she had been deeply struggling with, and I was having such a hard time figuring out what to say.
I smiled a half-smile, mouth going dry as I twiddled my thumbs and wished that t...