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Medicare open enrollment starts October 15, 2022, and the Affordable Care Act 2023 open enrollment starts November 1, 2022. Get started by scheduling your appointment and completing your enrollment forms.
Long-term care helps pay for personal care services when you are no longer able to care for yourself or perform everyday activities without assistance. Circumstances for long-term care can include a disability, physical illness or cognitive impairment, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Long-term care is not intended to improve your medical condition, but it will help maintain your current lifestyle. These services are available at the following:
Home care coverage options include a companion, caregiver, therapist, housekeeper or private duty nurse.
Many Americans assume that Medicare will pay for their long-term care expenses, when in fact it does not. Medicare may pay for a portion of skilled nursing and rehabilitative care needs, but only if a series of strict requirements are met, and only for a limited time period. In addition, Medicare does not pay for expenses incurred from intermediate, custodial, or Alzheimer’s care. Long-term care insurance can help protect your family's assets against the high cost of extended personal care needs.
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