Rosalyn Carter once said, “I like to say that there are only four kinds of people in the world. Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers. Those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers.”
Chances are, at some point in our lives, we will be both care providers and care receivers. Whether it’s for aging parents and family members—perhaps our spouse, or maybe a friend or neighbor—we will all be responsible for providing care. That care could be either physical, emotional, or financial. Long-term care solutions are about providing income when long-term care is needed. Some say that long-term care solutions allow the family to provide a higher level of care. You see, when the income issue is solved, we can focus on our loved ones and enjoy friendly camaraderie and loving companionship without the physical strain or monetary concerns.
With November also comes the beginning of the holiday season. Another thing you might not know is that the holiday season is often a time for increased call volume surrounding long-term care concerns. Why? Because families are gathering together for the holidays and family members might notice that a loved one isn’t as mobile as they once were, or maybe they’ve become “forgetful.” These changes can be subtle, or they can be harsh.
If your clients need long-term care, you may want to help them navigate that process. Rest assured that they will never have to go it alone. We’re committed to providing service at every turn.
1. Dhue, Stephanie and Epperson, Sharon. “Americans can expect to pay a lot more for medical care in retirement.” CNBC.com.
May 16, 2022.
2. Keenan, Teresa A. “Long-Term Care Readiness report.” AARP Research. Published June 2022.
3. Carbonnell, Josefina. “The long-term care dilemma: Who will take care of you?” The Palm Beach Post. May 18, 2022.
4. Gleckman, Howard. “Is long-term care a predictable need, or an unexpected one?” Forbes. April 15, 2022.
5. Estimate calculated using projected rise in national median costs of care from 2022 to 2032. National Cost of Care Calculator, LTC
6. Kerr, Nancy. “Family caregivers spend more than $7,200 a year on out-of-pocket costs.” AARP Research. June 29, 2021.
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