If you are age 65 and married, the odds are 75 percent that you or your spouse will need long-term care.
If you are single, the odds are 50 percent that you will need long-term care. If you are age 65 and married, the odds are 75 percent that you or your spouse will need long-term care. These statistics reveal that most people will be faced with long-term nursing home care issues and challenges at some point in their lives – whether for themselves or a loved one.
While surfing the web this week, I ran across an excellent Special Report on Long-Term Care put together by the folks at Kiplinger. I think it’s an excellent resource for anyone considering purchasing long-term care insurance, or looking for ways to secure their future.
- What to Look for When You Buy a Long-Term Care Policy
- A Video explaining what long-term care is, how much it costs and how to pay for it
- What assistance may be available from your State and
- A Quiz Over the 10 Essentials of Long-Term Care
You can find more information about Long-Term Care Planning on our Website. If you would like advice and counsel regarding your Long-Term Care options, to include evaluation of any LTCI policy before you sign the application, give us a call. We are here to help.Tags: assisted living facilities, assisted livings, elder care attorney, elder law, long term care, ltci, nursing homes