Racine, Wisconsin
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Long Term Care Insurance

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Racine, Wisconsin.

Long Term Care Insurance in Racine, WI, and surrounding areas

Be sure to look into inflation protection when researching long term care insurance

Home care services in Racine, WI gives seniors an opportunity to stay in their homes, even when they need some assistance with everyday tasks. With our caregivers, your loved one will be able to remain as independent as they can be. Home care providers can assist your loved one with cooking, shopping, laundry, light housekeeping, transportation, and provide companionship. They can make sure your parent stays healthy by checking their blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, and breathing. Our home care providers will encourage your loved one to be as independent as possible, with their daily chores, exercise, as well as their own medical treatment.  This will help your parent maintain their self-esteem.

There are several ways you or your family can pay for in-home care services. One of them is long term care insurance. By researching and comparing plans, your loved one can tailor their plans to fit their needs and budget. Hiring a financial advisor is recommendable. If your loved one has decided on long term care insurance, they should buy a policy as soon as possible. With age, the premium gets higher. Ask about inflation protection. It protects your loved ones benefit amount from inflation. Long term care insurance is expensive. 

Buying a policy mustn’t be an impulsive decision. It takes a lot of research and comparing to make the right choice. Some policies cover certain types of home care services, and others cover a wide range of care programs. Also, be sure your parent looks up the eligibility of each plan. Qualifying for a plan also depends on health. For some types of plans, your loved one can qualify when they can no longer perform the activities of daily living. Most insurance companies will not insure seniors who have, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease or stroke.

Contact us for more information about financing home care services at (262) 299-0320.