How Long-Term Care Insurance Can Benefit You
We help families make the big decisions for the future, together.
Why The Long Term Care Conversation Is Important To Start Today
Studies show that 70% of people over age 65 will require some type of long-term care in their lifetime. This includes a variety of services like assistance dressing, bathing, getting in and out of bed, taking and managing medication, and more everyday activities.
As the holidays approach quickly and families come together, don't forget to talk to your loved ones about their goals, needs, health, and plans for the future.
No matter how old you are, it it is never too early to start the conversation. Help your loved ones realize their long-term care needs and goals and make a plan today.
Steps To Long-Term Care Planning
Things To Keep In Mind As You Plan For Long-Term Care
Long-Term Care Options
2. Assisted Living
3. Nursing Home
4. Continuing Care
5. Living With Relatives
Finances & Insurance
1. Identify Any Incomes, Expenses, Assets and Liabilities
2. Consult With A Financial Advisor
3. Figure Out Medicare/ Medicaid Options
4. Long-Term Care Insurance
Make sure to include (if any):
1. Living Will
3. Durable Power Of Attorney
4. Advanced Directives
5. Letter Of Instructions
1. House Deeds or Mortgages
2. Vehicle Titles
3. Investment, Retirement Plan or Other Bank Records
4. Birth Marriage Certificates
5. Other Logins and Passwords
Taking Care Of You, Long-Term
Reach out to us to start the conversation about your long-term care options.
You're never too old or too young to be prepared.