Plan & Prepare for Long-Term Care
When an aging loved one suddenly needs long-term care, families are often emotionally and financially unprepared for the road ahead. This essential guide gives you a comprehensive overview of the senior care industry so you and your family can.
You’ll find valuable insights, practical advice and step-by-step strategies to help you define your assets, identify available financial resources and make the best choices about your loved one’s care.
Paying For Long-Term Care Helps Families To:
The information, tools, and guides found in this book are intended to help you make better-informed decisions and get your loved one the care they need as quickly as possible.
Our mission is to empower families with information and resources to help them pay for senior care. We’re here to help you understand your options, discover untapped financial resources, and help you feel less alone during a stressful time. The information, tools and guides are intended to help you make better informed decisions and get your loved one the care they need as quickly as possible. Our goal is to remove the mystery and confusion involved with navigating senior care so that you can focus more on being the loved one and less on being a caregiver.
Discover options for funding long-term care
Evaluate staying at home vs. moving into a care community
Understand the range of senior living options
Strategize a successful transition into care
Ensure your loved one’s health and safety
Cope with the emotional journey
How to Use This Website
We invite all families to freely use and promote the resources on this website to help them find the best care for their loved ones, and move them into care sooner. The resources on this website, which include downloadable PDFs, can be used at any time as preparation for a loved one’s care. Use this website to access:
Following the Paying For Long-Term Care Process will provide clarity and direction for families navigating the transition to senior care. Use this process to assess your loved one’s care needs, define your financial baseline, learn the financial options available to you, select the best care option, and transition your loved one to care.
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