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5 tips about the Health Insurance Marketplace

1. Deadlines for 2019 coverage Enroll by December 15 for coverage starting January 1, 2019. Apply now. Note:Use this checklist to gather what you’ll need to complete your application (PDF). 2. Who is eligible to use the Marketplace? To be eligible to enroll in Marketplace health coverage, you must live in the United States, must be a U.S. citizen or national (or be lawfully present), and can't be incarcerated. Learn more. 3. Two kinds of coverage Depending on income, you may qualify for an insurance plan with tax credits or for Medicaid/Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). See where your income falls. 4. What plans cover All plans cover essential health benefitspre-existing conditions, and preventive services. 5. Plans & costs You can preview available plans and estimated prices based on income before logging in.

Dates and deadlines for 2019 health insurance

You can enroll in or change 2019 Marketplace health insurance right now. The 2019 Open Enrollment Period runs from Thursday, November 1, 2018, to Saturday, December 15, 2018. Begin highlighted textIMPORTANT: 2019 Open Enrollment ends December 15 If you don’t act by December 15, you can’t get 2019 coverage unless you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Plans sold during Open Enrollment start January 1, 2019. End highlighted text November 1, 2018: Open Enrollment started — first day to enroll, re-enroll, or change a 2019 insurance plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace.December 15, 2018: Last day to enroll in or change plans for 2019 coverage. After this date, you can enroll or change plans only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.January 1, 2019: 2019 coverage starts, if you've paid your first premium. Get startedFirst time using HealthCare.gov? Create an account now.Have 2018 Marketplace insurance? Log in now to update your application and compare plans for 20…

Welcome to Our New Specialist in Fort Wayne

Meet our newest specialist, Carrie Le, and her family. Carrie lives in Fort Wayne with her husband, Thomas, and two sons, Jet and Hawk. Carrie worked in property management before becoming a stay-at-home parent. Jet had a brain injury at birth that caused seizures and resulted in a Cerebral Palsy diagnosis 6 months later. Hawk received a diagnosis of Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus at 10 months of age, and also has some sensory processing issues. Both children have received multiple therapies. Carrie is excited to use her knowledge and experiences to help other families. She can be reached by emailing carrie@fvindiana.org

Educational Perspectives Survey

Within this survey, Indiana educators and families are being asked their personal views regarding the desirability and feasibility of students with disabilities being included in the general education setting. This survey will be distributed annually to determine if there is a shift in attitudes and beliefs over time in providing equitable access to students with disabilities in general education settings.
All Indiana educators and families are encouraged to participate in this anonymous survey. Please feel free to share this link with others. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Patrick McGinley at Patrick.McGinley@indstate.edu.
Thank you for your participation. -The Indiana IEP Resource Center Team Take the Survey!