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Start planning for your long-term care needs today

In terms of long-term care planning, it's important to make sure you plan for enough care over a long enough time period. It's hard to know how much care you will need, and there are times when people never need care all at. However, planning for care in advance is a good way to protect yourself if you do need assistance as you age.

Make a plan for your long-term health care needs

Everyone is going to age. As a result, it's necessary to take steps to plan for aging. Long-term care planning is the formal name for the legal process of planning for your care once you reach elder status. It is the plan you make that covers your need for a nursing home, in-home health care or other services.

Plan for long-term care when young to prepare your finances

Preparing for long-term care is something everyone will have to do at one point or another. The reality is that it's better to do it as soon as you can. If you begin to plan for long-term care in your youth, it's a relief to know that you're going to be cared for no matter what happens.

Understanding Alzheimer's: Key facts

One of the main reasons to do long-term care planning is so that you know you will be taken care of if you end up with a disorder like Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's, a form of dementia, can dramatically change your life and make it difficult or even impossible to make important personal choices after it strikes. Having a plan in place in advance gives you peace of mind because you know you are ready.

Long-term care planning: Housing options for seniors

For many Ohio seniors, there may come a time when they can no longer care for themselves properly. This usually means that living alone in one's home is no longer a safe option. One of the largest concerns for senior citizens is how to ensure that their care continues without burdening their families. Long-term care planning can help seniors choose care options that will pose the least amount of inconvenience for their adult children.

Will our LGBTQ elders face discrimination in nursing home care?

As we celebrate Pride Month, it's a good time to ask ourselves how the LGBTQ community is doing in terms of long term care planning and elder law concerns. Unfortunately, there is reason to be concerned.

How to pay for long-term care

Roughly 70 percent of people in Ohio and around the country will need long-term care at some point in their lives. This is according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. However, most people are not ready for the financial impact that such care may bring. In some cases, buying a short-term care policy can provide about 12 months for an individual and that person's family to figure out how to pay for care into the future.

How to pay for long-term care needs

Data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services indicates that 70 percent of those who are 65 and older will need long-term care. Therefore, most Ohio residents can benefit from engaging in long-term care planning. Ideally, an individual will create a plan long before they actually need to put it into place. There are many options, including buying a long-term care insurance policy.

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