Long-term Care Planning
Long-term care is a subject of growing importance in today’s aging society, since according to the American Society on Aging, after age 65, a full 70 percent of Americans will need some form of long-term care. The below information can help in your planning for long-term care.
Contact Independence-4-Seniors for more information on planning for long-term care and customized options for varying elder care needs in the Chicago area.
Click the links below to access resource websites to find out more about long-term care planning.
National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information
A wealth of information and resources to help plan for future long-term care needs, courtesy of the US Dept. of Health and Human Services.
Long-Term Care Link
This comprehensive resource for long-term care planning, available from the National Care Planning Council, offers an assortment of articles to help educate about all aspects of long-term care planning.
Long-Term Care Insurance
AARP discusses important features and key issues for those considering long-term care insurance.
Statistics on Long-Term Care
Family Caregiver Alliance compiles national long-term care statistics from multiple studies and sources in this informative fact sheet.