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Monday, June 23, 2014

At what age can an adult expect to need long-term care services?

An estimated 90 percent of adults over 65 have one or more chronic condition, such as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, depression, and  hypertension.
About one-fourth of people with chronic conditions have one or more daily activity limitations that require help. Chronic Condition? You are likely to need routine help. Learn more.
Among persons who need long-term care services, adults aged 65 and over are more likely than younger adults to receive paid help Click here to learn more from the National Center for Health Statistics.
Preparing for the probability of needing long-term care services is just as important as setting aside money for food and lodging when planning for retirement and older adulthood. With limited funding for care needs, savings get wiped out and choices diminish. Learn more about Long-Term Care Costs using MetLife Survey Data. Understanding your needs and desires for older adulthood requires taking a closer look and using a tool for discussion and decision-making. Eagleview West uses a 7-Step process which simplifies the process of long-term care planning. Contact for more information.

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