Brittney Callahan of Woodford Medicaid
Medicaid scares a lot of people. It involves a lengthy, detailed application. The good news is that people like Brittney Callahan of Woodford Medicaid based in Abington, MA, and her grandmother Rae Woodford, who founded the company decades ago, are there to walk you through the process.
In this segment of the My Generation podcast we explore the process. Brittney holds an MBA from Seton Hill University. As importantly, she has a soothing, friendly manner that puts families at ease and poised for Medicaid success.
For more information, visit – www.WoodfordMedicaid.com
We would like your ideas about topics for future video podcasts of interest to seniors.
Our newspaper has launched a new video podcast entitled “My Generation.” The 20-minute radio and video segment is aired on our website (SouthShoreSenior.com) on the 1st and the 15th of each month. All shows will be archived on the site, as well as available on podcast portals such as Spotify, Itunes, Anchor and YouTube.
If you have a suggestion, drop us a note at South Shore Senior News, 412 Nantasket Ave., Hull, MA 02045 or call Tom Foye at 781-925-1515.
We look forward to hearing from you!