FACT: Most long-term care insurance policies only cover a set of benefits, and you must trigger benefits with certain conditions, etc. and not all care options may be a choice depending on your policy.
1. If you have a pre-existing condition, you may have to wait for lengthy period of time before benefits will kick-in.
If you have long term care insurance, know your plan inside and out if you want to use it. And, monitor it yearly as benefits may change. If you have long-term care insurance or if you don't, in all cases you and your family need a plan. Make it a smart one!
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The team at Gentreo has more than 20 years experience in the eldercare industry. From home care and hospice and private duty to aging in place, they have helped create companies that are changing how Americans care for seniors.