Unless you’ve had a loved one who needed long term care, you may not be aware of the emotional and financial stress it can cause. As an AARP member, you have the opportunity to learn more about the rising cost and need for extended care – through AARP Long-Term Care Options from New York Life.
What is Long-Term Care?
Long-term care includes a range of personal-care services that extend beyond traditional medical care. It may help you maintain your quality of life and perform everyday activities should age, illness, injury or cognitive impairment make it difficult for you to take care of yourself.
While most Americans don’t believe they’ll need long term care, in reality, 70% of those turning age 65 can expect to use some form of long-term care during their lives.1
Long-Term Care Coverage Can Benefit:
Through AARP Long-Term Care Options, you have access to specially trained New York Life agents who give you guidance about how to protect your assets and family if you need long-term care.
Download a free copy of the Guide to Long-Term Care at www.nylaarp.com/longtermcare today, or call New York Life at 1-866-505-9639 and an agent will contact you to answer your questions, provide information about the rising cost long-term care and explore your coverage options. There’s no obligation.
1 2015 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (www.longtermcare.gov/thebasics)
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