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What does your Long Term care plan look like?

What does your Long Term care plan look like?

You don’t need to be 65+ to think about this very important issue, it is actually a topic that is best discussed before you need care. Ignoring this issue does not make the inevitable go away, it is always best to plan for this outcome.

Most people 50 plus do not think about how they would like to age and what that would look like. Most Canadians know they do not want to go to a Long Term care home, especially after seeing the disturbing events that have happened in these facilities over these last 18 months. People would rather “age in place”, that means that they age in their own home in their own surroundings…seniors are happier and are more comfortable.

How can you do that?

Living in your own home with care can cost $35-$100K depending on the level of care you need. Our current health care system does not support this option and is the expense left to seniors. This can very quickly deplete your savings. Alternatively, can you realistically rely on family members for your daily care and wellbeing? This option puts a large emotional and physical strain on relationships.

There is an option for you to get the care you need and want, without depleting your savings and straining family members abilities. It gives you a choice where you want to live, how you want to live and what help you need….it give you independence and choices.

MyDignity provides affordable coverage to pay for these expenses…you are in control of your health care plan. You can use the funds as you see fit to best suit your schedule…you don’t need to fit into someone else schedule.

The Affordable **Home Care Assistance Plan** requires NO MEDICAL UNDERWRITING, just a few simple health questions. If you are between 50 and 80 years old and in relatively good health, you can qualify.

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