Finding the right long term care often means making difficult decisions during difficult times Whether you re planning for the future or need to make a quick decision, Long Term Care helps you understand nursing home costs, the alternatives to nursing facilities, and how to find the best care you can afford With Long Term Care, you ll be able to evaluate long term care insurance arrange home care explore options beyond nursing homes choose a nursing facility get the most out of Medicare, Medicaid and other benefit programs protect your assets, and recognize and prevent elder fraud The completely updated edition includes an expanded discussion of Medicaid coverage, special long term care insurance, assisted living, and long term care Plus, you ll get up to date benefit numbers, laws and taxes, and revised information on veterans benefits....
|Title||:||Long-Term Care: How to Plan & Pay for It|
|Publisher||:||NOLO Twelfth edition October 30, 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
|File Size||:||583 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Long-Term Care: How to Plan & Pay for It Reviews
If you need legal knowledge, and can find a Nolo Press book that covers the topic, just buy it. You won't go wrong. This book is no exception.
I am a senior citizen. That's the age you might think this book should be read. I wish everyone would read it by the time they are 30 years old, start doing research for their future, and, can understand why they need to begin a savings account for thier future.
The author explained a complex system in plain English. This is a must read prior to planning for or buying long term care insurance.
There is not enoughnot enough explanation material can and is found elsewhere. Whats with the dog on the cover too much filler
As we get old, we start worrying about certain things, including how to cope with failing health and ability to function independently. If you or a loved one is looking for a comprehensive guide on how to get elders the best appropriate care for what they can afford at a certain stage in their life (e.g., coping with physical impairments, onset of serious ailment, or last few months of life), this book is certainly one of them.
No one likes to plan for the end of his life, and a surprising number of people refuse to plan for all contigencies--most notably, what will happen if you have to be put in a long-term care facility. Every year, these policies get more expensive and restrictive, because the cost of the facilities go up, and it's not uncommon for people to simply ignore the realities, and necessity, of making those decisions ... until it's too late.