LET’S FIND OUT.

Is Life Care Right for Me?

LET’S FIND OUT.

There are many ways to approach your retirement future. There’s much to consider, and a number of key choices that lie ahead. When you choose, how well you choose, and how the unknowns play out, will all contribute to your quality of life, and quality of care in your retirement years.

For many, the benefits afforded from choosing Life Care help everything fall into place. Will this be true for you? Answering these five questions will help you find out.

Question 1 of 5

Do you prefer to make your own decisions about where you’ll live, what happens to your home and property, and who provides your care?

YES, ALWAYS. NOT NECESSARILY.
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A health crisis can force you to move out of your home, near your care providers. Your children or someone else may need to deal with your home and estate. Your independence and decision-making ability may slowly slip away.

Question 2 of 5

Do you plan to wait until you actually need long-term care services to start looking for them?

NO, BETTER TO PLAN. YES, BETTER TO WAIT.
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Who really wants to think about finding memory care or nursing services now? Deep down, we’re all just hoping we’ll never need them. But hope is not an effective plan. Details, circumstances and unforeseen limitations have a way of emerging at the last minute. And they can make securing the services you deserve difficult or impossible to attain when you need them most.

Question 3 of 5

Is it important to you to understand the costs of long-term care, and how long you might incur them?

YES, THEN I CAN PLAN. NO, I’M FOCUSED ON TODAY.
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Perhaps the toughest financial unknown during your retirement years will be planning for health care costs that are impossible to predict. Will you spend time in the hospital or rehabilitation? Will you eventually need to move into assisted living or skilled nursing? Maybe, but how can you be sure?

Question 4 of 5

Are you willing to pay a fee upfront that may save you significantly in the long run?

YES. TELL ME MORE. NO. WHY SHOULD I PAY NOW?
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There are costs associated with staying in your home, moving to a residence with no health care benefits, and moving to a community that offers the Life Care agreement. Why pay the fees required for Life Care?

Question 5 of 5

Would you feel better today knowing how to provide and pay for long-term care tomorrow?

YES, ABSOLUTELY. NO, I’LL TAKE MY CHANCES.
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The source of stress in care planning is that you simply can’t predict what may be coming. With Life Care, you don’t need to. You’ll know that the finest care will be there for you, close to home, if and when you need it. For so many, Life Care is the smartest, most efficient way to secure their future against many of the runaway costs associated with care, and to lead a worry-free, engaged lifestyle today. A way to own the future.