It happened fast. An unexpected event caused panic in the markets. The virus crisis changed how we live and work, as least for the time being. This loss of independence is similar to the fear many older people feel as they age.
There are many options available for 55+ retirement communities. As people get older health and aging needs may require a person to need long-term care. Assisted living, memory care, and nursing home options are also available for those who require extended care services.
According to statistics, many of the COVID-19 deaths have occurred in long-term care facilities. The need for extended care has been growing even before the virus crisis. Families are now researching in-home care for parents and planning for their future long-term care.
More people require long-term health care as the country gets older. Often families are unprepared, placing the responsibility of caregiving on adult children. 53 million unpaid caregivers now provide care.
Shocking news in Hollywood as actress Christina Applegate announces she has multiple sclerosis. MS is a leading cause of long-term health care in the United States and worldwide.
Recent studies show most Long-Term Care Insurance claims start with care at home. While most people think the insurance just pays for nursing homes the reality is the opposite. In 2017 Over $9.2 Billion in benefits were paid to American families.
Health can change even for a reality TV star Kim Kardashian. The impact of changing health can dramatically impact family and finances unless you have an advance plan. Often this includes affordable Long-Term Care Insurance.
World Series winner Tom Seaver has passed away at age 75. Seaver, who pitched for the 1969 “Miracle Mets” was suffering from Lewy body dementia since 2013.
Once you are over 50, your physical and mental health play an important role in your overall lifestyle. You can reduce anxiety by taking advantage of several tips that help make retirement more enjoyable.