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(SHIP) (800) 548-9034
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Senior Program Assistance
Senior Music Night 8.7.18
The Township of Schaumburg is hosting a senior music night on August 7th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at One Illinois Boulevard, Hoffman Estates. Local artist, Peter Miletic, will provide the evening’s entertainment with music ranging from swing to rock ‘n’ roll and everything in between. The $12 tickets will include admission, light snacks and two drinks. Soda, water, wine and beer will be available. Residents can register by calling the senior department at 847-884-0030 and payment must be made in person via exact change or check made out to Schaumburg Township. Download flyer here.
New Medicare Cards (2018-2019)
Medicare is issuing new cards to all beneficiaries. New cards are being distributed now. Call our senior or disability departments with any questions (847-884-0030).
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- Get Ready for a New Medicare Card
- Old vs. New Medicare Card
Senior Department Contact Information
Please call (847) 884-0030 and ask to speak with the Senior Services Department if you are interested in any of the following services provided to senior residents of Schaumburg Township. Appointments are necessary for all services except Notary Public Services.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally-funded program that helps low-income eligible households’ with heating and cooling bills. This program has eligibility requirements and is available during certain times of the year as long as funding is available.
Benefit Access Program (formerly Circuit Breaker)
License Plate Discount, a discount of $75.00 on your license plate fee.
Seniors Free Transit Ride
Extra Help/Low Income Subsidy (LIS)
Extra Help/Low Income Subsidy (LIS) is a federal prescription assistance program that helps seniors pay for some or most of the costs of Medicare drug coverage. No or low premium and deductible and low co-payments are possible. Eligibility requirements apply.
Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
Senior Health Insurance Program is a free statewide insurance counseling service for Medicare beneficiaries and their caregivers.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP):
SNAP, formerly the Food Stamp program, is a federal program designed to help people with limited income increase their ability to purchase food. A township staff member is available to assist you with your application by appointment only. Read more
Benefits Counseling is an information and referral service provided by the Senior Services Department for Social Security, Pharmaceutical, Medicare and Medicaid assistance.
Living Wills, Simple Wills and Power of Attorneys
Living Wills, Simple Wills and Powers of Attorney are provided at a low cost in cooperation with the Chicago Bar Association for low-income seniors (60 years of age or over) residents of Schaumburg Township.
Senior Weekly Social
Senior Weekly Social is hosted by Schaumburg Township every Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. - lunch is provided for free by Schaumburg Township. Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance.
Temporary Disabled Parking Placards
Temporary Disabled Parking Placards are issued by the Disability Services Department. A temporary placard is good for 3 months to disabled Schaumburg Township residents. You must provide an application signed by a doctor. If a 6 month or permanent placard is needed, an application signed by a doctor will need to be submitted to the Secretary of State, Persons with Disabilities License Plates/Placard Unit, 501 S. Second St., Rm. 541, Springfield, IL 62756. Permanent placards or plates will take about 2 weeks to receive.
***The passage of House Bill (PA 97-0845), creates a new two-tiered parking program for persons with disabilities, allowing for only persons with certain types of disabilities, to qualify for meter-exempt parking in cities and municipalities.
In addition to the current blue (permanent) and red (temporary) disabled parking placards currently used in Illinois, a third placard, distinctive from the blue and red placards, will be introduced for those persons qualifying for meter-exempt parking.
* Beginning in April 2013, the Secretary of State will start the recertification process for all current applicants by mailing information to them along with a new certification form. The recertification form will have a new section for the physician to execute, indicating whether the applicant has a disability that would qualify them for meter exempt parking.