The State of Alaska is not yet participating in the federal/state partnership program. Alaska has made initial steps for a Long-Term Care Partnership Program but the program is not yet active.

No state tax incentives exist at this time. Federal tax incentives do apply.

Alaska Long-Term Care Medicaid spend down is $2000. A spouse’s minimum asset allowance is $123,600.

A variety of products are approved in Alaska for Long-Term Care Insurance planning.

Alaska Long-Term Care Costs

Home Health Aide Average Monthly Rate $5,291
Homemaker Services Average Monthly Rate $4,957
Adult Day Care Average Monthly Rate $3,642
Assisted Living Average Monthly Cost $6,000
Skilled Nursing Home Semi-Private Monthly $24,333
Skilled Nursing Home Private Average Monthly $24,333