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Long Term Care

Our Promise

Always a choice of leading insurance companies to match your needs and your budget.

Because long term care insurance is based on your age and health when you buy, delaying the decision simply increases the cost and the likelihood that you will develop a health condition that disqualifies you for coverage. We see it happen far too often, so don’t delay.

Your advisor

At Longevity Alliance you get individual attention to your needs from one of our licensed and experienced advisors. They will listen to your needs and concerns, identify options for you from a variety or companies and guide you in selecting the right plan. You'll get support in applying for the right plan and we'll be here for you as questions arise or your needs change in the future.

Longevity Alliance's insurance advisors are ready to help you. We know long term care insurance can be confusing, so we're here to help you every step of the way. There is no cost - and no obligation - to you for our services. We know you will find The Longevity Way a stress free approach to buying insurance that makes you feel confident and secure in retirement.

Call us to speak to an advisor today and ask for a copy of Longevity Alliance's Consumer Guide to Long Term Care Insurance!

Thanks to medical advances and healthier lifestyles, more people are living longer. However, with age can come several chronic health conditions such as arthritis, stroke, heart disease and memory loss. That’s when you and your family turn to long term care – help with a chronic disability that impairs your capacity to preform basic activities of daily living.

Long term care can be expensive. So many families find that their retirement nest eggs turn from supporting their retirement dreams to paying for long term care. There are options to help pay for long-term care. Long-term Care Insurance pays for care at home, in an assisted living facility or in a nursing home when you can no longer care for yourself. Remember, Medicare does not pay for long-term care and, to qualify for Medicare benefits, you can only have limited financial resources. So you - or your family or children - will likely be paying for long-term care assistance.

Long-term Care Insurance isn’t right for everyone. You owe it to yourself and your family to find out if it is the right way to protect Your assets from the high costs of long-term care.

The Longevity Way

Listening to you and understanding your financial situation and potential need for LTC insurance is where we start every discussion.

  • Is having a choice of care services important to you?
  • Are you worried about being a burden to your children?
  • Do you have financial resources to pay for some care on your own?
  • Are you healthy now so you can qualify for LTC insurance?

Once we have a good understanding of your needs, we'll shop and compare plans among a choice of leading national long term care insurance companies. You'll be able to easily compare plans and prices to find the right solution for you.

We will be there every step of the way - from helping you explore your choices to comparing the pros and cons of plans based on your needs.

We will use our years of experience in helping thousands of people like you find the right long term care insurance plan at an affordable price.

Step 1: Educate

Being informed and educated about Long Term Care basics and options is very important. Your Longevity Alliance Long Term Care plan advisor will provide information about Long Term Care Insurance plans. Tell them about your Long Term Care needs, any financial considerations and what's most important for you in a Long Term Care plan.

Step 2: Compare

You'll be provided with a choice of plans and quotes. Your advisor will answer your questions and help guide you to the most appropriate plan.

Step 3: Enroll

Once you and your advisor have reviewed the plan options, and you are totally comfortable with the information, you'll select a plan.

We'll help you with all of the paperwork and work on your behalf with the insurance company to get your policy issued.