TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - While many people are working their way through the new world ways of shopping around for health care, many others are left with questions about what it means for them.
Western and Southern Life, a licensed insurance provider, is offering a chance for people to learn more.
On October 23, 2013, they'll host a "Lunch and Learn" at the Vigo County Public Library, along with an additional evening session.
This is meant to be an opportunity to find out what you need to know about healthcare reform. You'll hear more about how it applies to you and what you should be doing now.
The company will offer one session at Noon; they'll offer a second session at the Vigo County Public Library at 6 p.m.
If you have questions before the seminar, you can also get information from the library itself, where staff members are trained on the website and can help answer questions.
If you'd like to reach Western and Southern Life, the insurance provider and seminar leaders, call 812-910-0472.
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