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REASONS WHY SOMEONE MAY NEED SHORT OR LONG TERM CARE
- Eventually, we all need some type of "HANDS ON CARE".
- At any age, a person could need some hands on care at home or at a rehabilitation center due to a sports injury, car accident, memory loss or just getting older and may need assistance due to balance issues.
- Health Insurance nor Medicare pays for this type of care.
- A care plan at any age is a gift to your family members. This changes their role from one of a caregiver to one of a care manager. Would you rather have your family struggling to perform your care or standing by while a caregiver performs the work of taking care of you.
- Ask your loved ones, "How much are you looking forward to bathing me, lifting me out of bed, helping me use the bathroom, dressing me and feeding me, if I need this type of help?"
CURRENT RATES FOR CARE
- Care at your home for non-medical care is $20-$25 per hour. Some examples of non-medical care are for assistance with transferring out of bed, bathing, toileting, dressing, showering, managing medications, along with care for Alzheimer or Dementia.
- Wound care, injections and other medically necessary care is currently $30 per hour. Your health insurance possibly could pay for some of this care, but, most plans have limits on number of days per illness or maximum limits on costs of care.
- Rates at a Short Term Care community (20 days or less) are currently $300 per day.
- Monthly rates at a Long Term Care community are $7000 to $10,000 per month depending on care needs.
HOW DOES SHORT TERM CARE INSURANCE HELP YOU
- Affordable premiums, benefit periods are 0-365 days of coverage.
- Shorter elimination periods up to 0 day elimination before benefits start.