Category: Long Term Care Planning

Long Term Planning Is Critical Right Now

Today’s COVID crisis has heightened our awareness of the unexpected. If you are over 60, or are caring for a senior or parent, you are no doubt in the midst of crisis management. This can be a tough time, requiring tough decisions, especially if long-term care is required.  Unfortunately, many families are not properly prepared… Continued

Medicaid Planning Tips for Seniors and Their Families

When we talk about Medicaid planning, many people think that this is something that only needs to be considered for underprivileged people.  Quite the opposite is true.  Medicaid planning, sometimes also referred to as long-term care planning, is important for anyone that is going to need long-term care.  It is especially important for family members… Continued

FAQs About Long Term Care Planning

According to government statistics, a person who turns 65 years old today will have a 70 percent chance of needing long term care, at some point, during their remaining years. Women, on average, receive 3.7 years of long-term care, while men receive 2.2 years. Moving into a long-term care home or facility can be daunting.… Continued