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Affordable long term care?
By trishabanks on July 09, 2013 - 07:16 PM

Does anyone know of long term care for dementia that is more affordable?

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  • The cost of long term care for dementia is expensive but there are ways on how you can use your resources wisely. The most affordable way to pay for care for people with the said condition is through private insurance. According to www.ltcoptions.com, it would cost you anywhere from $1,000 to $7,000 annually. The cost of care is increasing every year so opting to pay out-of-the-pocket is not advisable because this will surely deplete your assets. So if your loved one has a family history of Dementia, encourage him or her to purchase coverage now to avoid financial woes in the future. By Cynthia Garrett on December 13, 2013 - 03:00 AM Reply | Report Comment
  • The cost of long term care for dementia is expensive but there are ways on how you can use your resources wisely. The most affordable way to pay for care for people with the said condition is through private insurance. According to www.ltcoptions.com, it would cost you anywhere from $1,000 to $7,000 annually. The cost of care is increasing every year so opting to pay out-of-the-pocket is not advisable because this will surely deplete your assets. So if your loved one has a family history of Dementia, encourage him or her to purchase coverage now to avoid financial woes in the future. By Cynthia Garrett on December 13, 2013 - 03:00 AM Reply | Report Comment
  • The cost of long term care for dementia is expensive but there are ways on how you can use your resources wisely. The most affordable way to pay for care for people with the said condition is through private insurance. According to www.ltcoptions.com, it would cost you anywhere from $1,000 to $7,000 annually. The cost of care is increasing every year so opting to pay out-of-the-pocket is not advisable because this will surely deplete your assets. So if your loved one has a family history of Dementia, encourage him or her to purchase coverage now to avoid financial woes in the future. By Cynthia Garrett on December 13, 2013 - 03:00 AM Reply | Report Comment
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