A Life Care Plan Can Provide Peace of Mind.
LIFE CARE PLAN
A Life Care Plan is a road map to successfully navigate you through the "health care maze." It is custom designed with your individual and family needs in mind to meet your long-term care goals and needs. In designing your Life Care Plan, we first assess your current and future health care needs and financial resources, and obtain the care recommendations of our in- house R.N. Elder Care Coordinator. Our Elder Law
That health crisis affects much more than just your bank account – It also affects your loved ones who are often already busy with full-time jobs and children to feed, clothe and watch over. Even if they would welcome you into their homes, you don’t want to add to their already-stressful lives.
You have probably thought about this from time to time and been overwhelmed, deciding instead to adopt a wait-and-see attitude and do nothing in the meantime. After all, what can you do?
What can you do? – You can take charge now and create a Life Care Plan to address many of the major issues you may face later in life. If you have already suffered a major health crisis and are troubled by the types of questions just discussed, it is even more important that you create a Life Care Plan now to help see you though the rest of your years with more peace of mind and less uncertainty.
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We help you implement your life care needs in four ways:
With a Life Care Plan, you have a team that is with you
every step of the long-term care journey.
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protecting your assets to the greatest extent possible -- using private payment, appropriate government benefits available to help pay for the care (via Medicare, Medicaid, VA benefits, etc.), estate planning tools, and community resources and other care programs.
Our caring team of Elder Law Attorneys and Elder Care Coordinators puts your needs first in offering guidance and continuing support to help you and your family understand what needs to be done to implement your Life Care Plan -- for everything from legal documents and government benefits qualification to obtaining help with medication management and respite relief for the well-spouse -- especially if there is a crisis.
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What Is a Life Care Plan?
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Now that you have entered your golden years when you should be enjoying the fruits of your labors with family and friends, we know it is important to you to maintain control of your life. But the potential threat of a health crisis – heart attack, stroke, cancer, dementia or other debilitating illness or event – looms over all of us as we age and could derail our best-laid plans. You know that old saying: Life is what happens when you are making other plans.
When a major health crisis lands you in the hospital, there are suddenly an overwhelming number of decisions to be made:
Can I return home and resume my life again? I don’t want to burden my kids, so how do I find the help I need? How will I get meals, go to the doctor and pick up my medicine? If I can’t live at home, where will I live? There are so many options that I am overwhelmed – how do I choose? What if I run out of money? Do I have to sacrifice leaving the house to the kids in order to pay for care?
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