Protect Your Assets from a Post-retirement Disability
No one expects to need long-term care services. But if you do, having the right plan in place can help you keep in control of your care options. Long-term care refers to the services and personal care received over a prolonged period of time. Though often associated with services received during a stay in a nursing home, the fact is that many people who need assistance with their activities of daily living or supervision due to a cognitive impairment receive this assistance within their own home or community.