Prepare for a Healthier Future
The value of long-term care expense planning:
1. What is long-term care?
2. What options do you have for long-term care planning?
3. What are your next steps?
The Need for Long-Term Care
1 out of 2 Americans
Turning 65 today will need the coverage of a long-term care solution during their lifetime, and one out of three individuals over age 85 suffer from Alzheimer’s.
What is Long-Term Care?
Its the need for assistance or supervision with the activities of daily living.
If you lose your ability to independently perform at least two activities of daily living for at least 90 days – or require substantial supervision due to a severe cognitive impairment – long-term care protection may help you cover the costs.
What Does Long-Term Care Look Like?
Care at Home and in Your Community
Additional Care and Services
Know the Costs
The costs may surprise you!
The national average annual cost for a private room in a skilled nursing facility.
The national average annual cost of a private, one-bedroom unit in a state-certified assisted living facility.
The national average hourly rate for a certified home health aide provided by a home healthcare agency.