About Long Term Care Insurance

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What Is Long Term Care?

Long term care insurance typically helps pay for the long term care services you might need as the result of a chronic disease, serious accident, sudden illness, or cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer's Disease that can limit a person's ability to think or reason.

Long term care services may be provided by a health care professional such as a nurse, a home health aide, or other personal care providers such as family members and personal care attendants.

Varying amounts of care can take place in a variety of locations. For example:

Home and Community Care Facility Care

Furthermore, long term care can range from a few hours of care per week in your home to round-the-clock care in a nursing home. A good long term care insurance policy will cover all of these circumstances to some degree.


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