Definition of what is long-term care, who is it for, expenditures, and statistics.
43% of individuals requiring long-term care are younger than the age of 65. By the time an individual reaches the age of 75, there’s a 50% chance they’ll need long-term care. Long-term care includes a wide range of medical and support services provided over an extended period of time.
These are the best websites to find answers to the most common long-term care questions: When should I start thinking about long-term care for myself or a loved one? What long-term care options are available? How will I pay for care?
For each of the 20 problems (that range from admissions and payment to care-related issues and evictions), the guide offers a clear explanation of the relevant law, along with careful instructions as to how a resident, family member or advocate should proceed.
To help ensure the decision-making in long-term care here are 75 statistics related to long-term care.
You may have other long-term care options (besides nursing home care) available to you, which the official U.S. Government site for Medicare begins to cover.
Missouri’s nursing homes and other long-term care facilities provide different levels of care depending upon a person’s needs.
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