This video aims to go over some of the risk factors for needing long-term care and to start to discuss the requirements for activating a claim with your long-term care insurance provider.
This video is part 5 of a video series that has been created to help individuals obtain a better understanding of Long-Term Care Insurance. More specifically, what Long-Term Care is, who needs Long-Term Care, what the types of Long-Term Care are, what Long-Term Care Insurance covers, Considerations, and whether or not someone can still purchase long-term care insurance.
The entire video series can be found here on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAfGKsKQIS4&list=PL8BRKF6RZne9Bi3nhipkU9Iq1YRQ57EJT&index=1
So who needs long-term care? It's difficult to predict how much or what type of long-term care a person might need. It's certainly not a cookie-cutter type of situation.
There are several things that increase the need for long-term care. Certainly, there's a higher chance of needing it as we get older.
Also, women live longer and typically outlive their husbands and therefore are at a higher risk of needing in-home care. Single people are more likely to need in-home care by nature of the fact that they're by themselves. This is very similar to a widowed person who is left by themself.
Also, lifestyle, health, and family history in terms of health conditions will play a part in whether or not a person will need long-term care.
When it comes time to activate a claim, you can activate a claim based on the need for assistance with performing activities of daily living or cognitive impairment. We will touch on some more details about activating a claim a little bit later in this presentation.
Thank you for watching this video. Make sure you watch the next video as we continue this discussion about long-term care insurance policies.
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