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Informal Care

Quick Answer

This is care provided by family or friends. Some Long-Term Care policies provide benefits for Informal care. Whether benefits are available may depend on the relationship of the caregiver to the insured, and on whether the caregiver lives with the insured. A care coordinator or medical professional may be required to supervise this care.

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This is care provided by family or friends. Some Long-Term Care policies provide benefits for Informal care. Whether benefits are available may depend on the relationship of the caregiver to the insured, and on whether the caregiver lives with the insured. A care coordinator or medical professional may be required to supervise this care.

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