“The number of young people seriously injured in car accidents linked to texting is rising and will only continue to grow,” declares Jesse Slome, executive director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, the national organization that advocates for long term care insurance http://www.aaltci.org/
The organization announced commencement of an effort to educate younger individuals and their parents of the risk of potentially needing long term care. “Increased awareness of the risk may change behaviors and that’s a positive impact we can have,” Slome explains. “But we are also seeing parents with adult children in their 20s offering to buy long term care insurance for their children.” Insurance protection at younger ages is extremely affordable.
The effort will include gathering data on younger claimants. “It’
The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance is the Los Angeles-based national trade organization which focuses on educating individuals about the importance of planning for the risk of long term care.
For additional information or to hear from a member of the Association call the national headquarters at (818) 597-3227 or visit the organization’