Long Term Care Planning
Most long-term care is not just medical, but also getting assistance with activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, using the restroom, moving from chairs to beds, and much more. Seventy percent (70%) of citizens who turn 65 today will eventually need long-term care, so it is important to start the planning process now. One of the problems many Seniors will face is Alzheimer’s Disease. You may want to make sure that your long-term care planning is done ahead of time so that when the time comes where you may be unable to make decisions for yourself, your loved ones will already have and be able to execute your plan.