A sudden medical crisis can drastically alter your life.
Your everyday routine now focuses on how to help your loved one get better, making frequent hospital visits and often making critical decisions with little preparation or resources.
Nearly 90 percent of surveyed seniors over age 65 want to stay in their current residence for as long as possible, but many of those homes are not equipped to let them “age in place”. Mental, physical, and financial health are also key considerations in deciding the best living situation for an aging loved one. … Read more
The Intercompany Long Term Care Insurance Conference Association (ILTCI) will host its 16th annual conference for nearly a thousand business professionals at the Grand Hyatt Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas, from March 13 – March 16, 2016. The conference will focus on “Transforming the Options and Refining the Risk” in long-term care. Participants from insurance companies, health care facilities, financial organizations, and regulatory communities will network in this interactive environment.
The conference schedule aims to “provide a collaborative, professional, and educational exchange where long term care (LTC) issues can be addressed in new and meaningful ways.” Another highlight: plenty of opportunities to meet and network with leaders in the insurance and technology field. The Long Term Care industry is constantly evolving, and a conference like ILTCI provides a meeting of minds where new ideas and solutions can flourish. As the largest generation of Americans – the Baby Boomers – settle into retirement, Long Term Care is going to play a huge part in their lives in the years and decades to come.