Delta Community Retirement & Investment Services Long-Term Care Insurance
What is Long-Term Care?
Long-term care is insurance that covers care typically not covered by health insurance. It can include assistance with basic personal care, as well as more complex, skilled care often needed with chronic medical conditions, a disability or a disorder.
What Does Long-Term Care Include?
Long-term care insurance includes:
- Custodial Care (Personal Care) – Care to help individuals meet personal needs such as bathing, dressing and eating. Someone without professional training may provide care.
- Intermediate Care – A level of nursing services performed intermittently, rather than around the clock, by professional medical personnel, usually a registered or licensed practical nurse or other medical practitioner, such as a licensed therapist.
- Skilled Care – Daily nursing and rehabilitative care that can be performed only by, or under the supervision of, skilled medical personnel. This care is usually needed 24 hours a day, must be ordered by a physician, and must follow a plan of care. Individuals usually get skilled care in a nursing home, but may also receive it in other places.
What Long-Term Care Solution is Right for You?
Paying for long-term care can be difficult, and you need to consider your options:
- Life insurance
- Veterans Administration
- Traditional long-term care insurance
- Using your own savings
- Health Savings Accounts
Contact Delta Community Retirement & Investment Services to find out what long-term care options are available to you and best meet your needs and circumstances.
Guarantees are based on the claims paying ability of the issuing company.
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