Preparing for long-term care needs

The need for long-term care could arise from an accident, illness, cognitive impairment, or the aging process.

Unfortunately, some Americans think traditional healthcare or Medicare pays for long-term care costs, but that’s not the case. Learn how to emphasize the importance of long-term care with your clients so they are better protected today—and in the future.
 

Talking about long-term care

Have the conversation with your clients about the family and financial impacts of caring for a loved one.

Help them understand the cost of long-term care (ICC States)

Help them understand the cost of long-term care (Non-ICC States)

10 reasons why you should be discussing long-term care


Additional Resources

Educating women about long-term care

Women most often provide care to family members, and because they live longer, they are also more likely to need long-term care themselves.

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