According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “At least 70 percent of people over age 65 will require some long-term care services at some point in their lives.” After the age of 65, 70% of people will need long-term care. Additionally 40% of the people receiving long-term care are working age adults between the ages of 18-64. The statistics speak to prudently looking at your risk of losing your independence.
Independence day is the perfect opportunity to ensure that you and your family will remain independent if the need for long-term care arises? This advice comes from LTC Financial Partners, a leading long-term care insurance agency representing multiple carriers.Tags: Independence, Independence Day, July 4th, long term care, long term care insurance, LTC Financial Partners
June is National Home Safety Month: Keep Your Aging Parents Safe from Accidental Falls at Home. The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control sites falls as the leading cause of fatalities for older adults. Over half of all falls occur in the home and people age 65 and over accounted for 15,800 fatalities from [...]Tags: aging parent, CDC, long term care, long term care insurance, long term care lady, LTC Financial Partners, National Home Safety Month, preventing falls, Tai Chi, United States Department of Health and Human Services
Many companies seem conflicted by a key part of the recent Health Reform legislation, the CLASS Act, which will offer a form of long term care insurance for working people who may become disabled. “CLASS” stands for Community Living Assistance Services and Supports, and the program, a legacy of the late Senator Edward Kennedy, is [...]Tags: C.L.A.S.S. Act, Employee benefit, employee benefits, Financial Services, florida insurance, Insurance, long term care, long term care insurance, LTC Financial Partners, United States
My national marketing organization, LTC Financial Partners, started an educational campaign with support from some of the most well known professionals in the long term care industry. This campaign has brought competitors together to educate and inform Americans on some of the misconceptions surrounding long term care risks. The “3 in 4″ campaign is based [...]Tags: Alzheimer's disease, Health, Home care, Insurance, long term care, long term care insurance, LTC Financial Partners, Nursing home, United States, United States Department of Health and Human Services