The avoidance of health care during the virus crisis is creating a ripple effect of additional health problems. Ignoring health care is not a good idea and precautions have been taken at hospitals and clinics.
Don’t worry, if it hasn’t happened yet, it will. As we get older we start having problems with our gut and sleep. Better sleep means better health. Preparing for aging is important for health, family, and finances.
The COVID-19 virus crisis has made more Americans personalize the future health and aging changes they will face in the decades ahead. Addressing future long-term care is an integral part of the equation.
A new study being tested on high-risk groups may become a breakthrough for COVID-19 and other viral infections. This could benefit both health care works and long-term care residents.
Before you know it, you get older. If you have a loved one who is 65+ or you are looking to plan for your future aging, there are several items to consider from insurance to technology.
People in nursing homes and assisted living are facing isolation and loneliness due to the virus crisis. This adds additional challenges for families in addition to the cost of long-term care.
The virus crisis will result in many changes just like the impact of 9/11 had on the country and the world. These changes will affect all areas of business, health and long-term care.
In an uncertain world, the value of affordable Long-Term Care Insurance has never been greater. Guaranteed tax-free benefits will safeguard savings and income and reduce family stress no matter what crisis is occurring.
The virus crisis is especially harmful to those you are older, in nursing homes and have pre-existing health issues. Get the facts and take precautions.