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Long-Term Care Challenges in Our Country

Many families face a crisis when a loved family member requires sudden assistance with everyday activities due to a chronic illness, acute medical event, or the onset of dementia or Alzheimer's disease. This is Extended Care, better known as, "long-term care." The emotional, physical, and financial challenges cannot be underestimated. Being organized, having a well-prepared plan, and the financial resources to support it can provide significant support for you and your family. 

Who Pays for It?

Your income, assets, Medicare, Medicaid, health insurance, and veteran’s programs may not be enough to cover the costs of extended care services.

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Who Is Affected?

Extended care is a life-changing event, primarily for your spouse and your family. Consider the personal consequences for your loved ones.

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What Can You Do Today?

A Family Care Plan ensures organization, preparation, and financial allocation, equipping your family for potential extended care needs well in advance. And yes, you can start today!

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Securing Stability with a Family Care Plan

Securing Stability with a Family Care Plan

The goal is to ensure the well-being of your loved ones in the face of potential extended care needs. By developing and presenting this plan as soon as possible, your family will be better equipped to navigate and prepare for the challenges associated with a long-term care impairment, fostering a sense of security and support for all family members involved. The three keys to a successful Family Care Plan: Organization, Preparation, and Allocation