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By the time you reach 65, chances are about 50-50 that you will need long-term-care (LTC) someday. LTC generally refers to a person needing assistance with activities of daily living which are typically eating, bathing, getting dressed, toileting, transferring and continence. LTC may also address cognitive impairments. The cost of that care can be catastrophic for many households. If you pay out of pocket, you could spend $140,000 per year on average according to AARP depending on where you receive your care and how much care you need. Care could be received at any number of places including:
- Home Health Care
- Nursing Home Care
- Assisted Living Care
- Adult Day Care
Kevin can help you put together a plan so that you don’t have to worry about what will happen to you in your later years. For a quote, give us a call or click below to send us an email.
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