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What You Need to Know About Long-Term Care Insurance
An updated version of the BASICS brochure has been released by the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. BASICS discusses some of the most-often asked questions about Long-Term Care Insurance.
Excerpt from BASICS:
“The decision of whether you or someone you love needs long-term care is done by a health professional who certifies that care is needed based off meeting either one of two criteria: (1) that the individual will be unable to perform some of the ADLs without assistance for 90 days or more or (2) that assistance is needed due to a cognitive impairment, which means the deterioration or loss of intellectual capacity that requires continual supervision, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s or dementia.”
The BASICS guide will answer all your latest questions on Long-Term Care Insurance, including:
1. How does the insurance work?
2. Is Alzheimer’s disease covered by long-term care insurance?
3. What is a federally tax-qualified long-term care policy?
4. Do long-term care insurance premiums increase each year?
5. and much more
This guide is available electronically or in printed format for Certified Senior Advisors only. CSAs can use this to pass along to their senior clients. This critical information will not only help them to age well but will genuinely make a difference in their lives. To view a sample of this full color brochure, please visit http://www.csa.us/
The Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA), provides free resources and tools for our members as an ongoing commitment that we have in helping professionals to understand the complex and dynamic lives of modern senior citizens. Please visit the Free Resources section of the CSA website, http://www.csa.us/
SCSA’s mission is to educate professionals to work more effectively with their senior clients. For those who work with seniors, this means understanding the key health, social and financial factors that are important to seniors—and how these factors work together. CSAs are able to integrate this into their professional practices, no matter what field they’re in. They’ve learned how incredibly gratifying it is to help seniors achieve their goals, and the seniors they’ve worked with have learned how important it is to work with someone who truly understands their age-related circumstances. For more information about SCSA and its educational course, please visit www.csa.us.
Erica Ananich, SCSA
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SCSA educates professionals to work more effectively with their senior clients. That means understanding the key health, social & financial factors that are important to seniors — so you can find success in the senior market.