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Tough Questions to Ask
Aging is a Long Journey. Why Not Take a Map?
A Life Care Plan answers every tough question you’ve ever asked about your loved one’s long-term care. It answers questions you didn’t even know to ask! Our staff surrounds you with support.
We help you with acute care.
We help you with long-term care.
We help you find ways to pay for your care.
We help you access community services.
We even help put it all together. A Life Care Plan gives you the confidence that your loved one’s needs will be cared for–until the end of life.
A Life Care Plan Answers Every Tough Question–Now and in the Future
Whether you’re dealing with your own long-term care situation or that of a spouse, parent or cherished loved one, you’ve probably asked questions like these…
Who pays for nursing home care?
What happens to my estate if Dad dies without a will?
Can Mom give her house to an adult child to keep in from being taken by the state?
Do I have to pay taxes on the money Mom gave me?
Is it illegal to give away assets in order to qualify for Medicaid?
What happens to Mom if Dad has to go into a nursing home?
What health care, chronic care, and long-term care services are available?
How can I get the care I need and want, whether in my own home, in a residential community or assisted-living facility, in a child’s home, or in a nursing home?
How will financial and health care decisions be made for me if I can’t make them for myself?
Who can I rely on to make sure that those decisions are the right ones?
If I can’t take care of myself, who will make sure my spouse continues to have a good quality of life?
If we have a health care crisis, what will we have to do? Where do we turn for the help we need?
How do I know I am getting good care?
Who will advocate and intervene for me if necessary to ensure my right to quality health care and long-term care?
How do I assure my financial security as I get older?
What public benefits am I entitled to and what do I have to do to qualify for them? Should I rely on Medicaid or other government benefits to help pay for my care? How do I apply for benefits?
What kinds of insurance do I need?
Should I buy long-term care insurance?
Should I join a Medicare HMO?
How and when should I distribute my assets?
Can I save taxes and avoid probate?
Do I have to spend all of my money on my care, whether in my home or in a residential care facility such as a nursing home?
How can I protect my assets to take care of my spouse, to ensure I get good care, or to leave to my children?
How do I provide for family members with special needs?
Are there Veteran’s benefits that could help my spouse or me?
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