As football season approaches, the loss of San Francisco 49er Dwight Clark to ALS this summer reminds us all of the importance of long-term care planning.
You can experience qualifying care needs for long-term care at any age. Don’t be caught without long-care insurance in the military. Get your long-term care plan in place before you deploy.
Whether single, divorced, married, or widowed, if you are a woman over 50, you need to look out for yourself. Consider applying for long-term care insurance to protect your future, and that of your children.
The new trend toward multigenerational households can be an effective way to provide care and support for family members of all ages.
Are you preparing for your long-term care? Experts in aging suggest you start building a network of potential helpers before the arrival of America’s caregiver shortage.
Young people believe they’ll never need long-term care, and older people who didn’t buy when they were young now can’t afford it. Don’t be a statistic.
The federally supported, state-operated Long-Term Care Partnership Program is a win for both you and your heirs. Here’s why.
It’s impossible to know if you will need long-term care insurance, just like it is impossible to know if you’ll need to use your car insurance. But just like you wouldn’t want to be caught without car insurance, you won’t want to be without long-term care insurance.
Women are often expected to sacrifice their careers, retirements, finances, and lifestyles on the altar of the conscientious daughter. Surely, there’s a better way that serves everyone.
Deb, who is in her sixties, was looking forward to enjoying her retirement. Now, she worries that she may need to dip into her savings to provide continued care for her mother.