Sat, May 20|
Ypsilanti Public Library-Superior Branch
IN-PERSON | Long-Term, Medicare & You w/ Educate. - Seminar Series & Events
According to the Administration for Community Living, adults who are 65 years old today or will be 65 years old in 20 years, will have nearly a 70% chance of needing some type of long-term care service and support at some point.
Time & Location
May 20, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Ypsilanti Public Library-Superior Branch, 1900 N Harris Rd, Superior Charter Twp, MI 48198, USA
About the event
**Due to LIMITED Seating Capacity, This Seminar is LIMITED to the first 25 registrants**
According to the Administration for Community Living, adults who are 65 years old today or will be 65 years old in 20 years, will havenearly a 70% chance of needing some type of long-term care service and support at some point.
Long-term care, which can take many forms to address an individual’s needs for assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs)—can be expensive, and most private health insurance plans don’t cover it. For this reason, some older adults decide to enroll in a long-term care insurance plan.
A long-term care policy helps cover the costs of a person’s care when they need help navigating ADLs due to a chronic medical condition, disability or disorder. To receive long-term care benefits under most policies, an older adult must require help within at least two ADL areas: bathing, eating, dressing, navigating the bathroom and getting in and out of a bed or chair. A health care provider must also predict that they will require this level of help for more than 60 days.
During this Seminar we will highlight how Long-Term Care Policies coordinates with Medicare and your personal healthcare needs either now or into the future. This is a great seminar to attend to learn for best practices to relieve your family and/or personal financial burden significantly. Not to mention, it will expand knowledge and information for personal care options as they need them, providing sense of relief for them and their loved ones as they navigate the later years of their lives.