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LTC Tree updates our Long Term Care Insurance blog daily with cutting edge stories and breaking news in the rapidly evolving LTC industry.  This Long Term Care Insurance blog offers readers tips and ideas on ways to save you money when buying this type of insurance.  We always start with the foundation concept that Long Term Care Insurance is like any insurance, you may buy this and never even use it.  Thus, finding that balance between too much insurance and too little is what we help our clients achieve.

07
NOV
2018

Stay away from putting financial burdens on your kids

Long Term Care insurance can be overwhelming if you are not prepared. The longer we live the more money we end up needing with retirement funds, healthcare expenses, and any type of care. A important thing to remember is to not let your kids or even grandchildren become burdened...
06
NOV
2018

7 interesting things that could lead to Dementia

Dementia is commonly associated with memory loss diseases. There are many things that lead to Dementia such as high blood pressure or trauma to the brain. You also experience memory loss and can have other symptoms like the inability to focus or pay attention to someone, your...
05
NOV
2018

Talking to your parents about handing over their keys

Seniors today are outliving the considerably safe age to drive around by almost 10 years. If you are over the age of 40 and have a parent who is still driving around it could be soon that you will have to talk with them about handing over the keys. According to AAA, elderly...
02
NOV
2018

Can Cell phones Lead to Heart Tumors?

The U.S Food and Drug Administration recently found that the radiation from cell phones lead to male rats developing heart tumors. The rats developed cancerous heart, brain and adrenal gland cancerous tumors from these mobile phones. The study tested radio frequency radiation...
01
NOV
2018

The Link Between Loneliness and Aging

Loneliness is often associated with conditions such as; Alzheimer’s, Cardiovascular disease, depression, insomnia, cerebrovascular disease and hypertension. A recent study in New Zealand compared the link between loneliness in the elderly community. With over 70,000 elders...
31
OCT
2018

Alzheimer’s Eye Scan

A new discovery could help catch Alzheimer’s early in just a matter of seconds. Studies are showing that with a noninvasive scan of your eye it can detect Alzheimer’s at an early stage. Currently specialists use memory tests and track behavioral changes and patterns....
30
OCT
2018

Different Types of Long Term Care Facilities

When choosing Long Term Care there are more options than just the well known nursing home. Nursing homes represent a more traditionally approach for providing Long Term Care services. There are Five Long Term Care living options to look into when purchasing Long Term Care...
29
OCT
2018

Myths about Long Term Care

Here are some myths from Forbes about aging and Long Term Care that have been misunderstood: Memory lapse are normal for older adults: When talking about memory loss it’s frequently associated with aging. Memory lapse are also experienced by younger adults as well. Having...
26
OCT
2018

How to Plan for retirement

When planning for retirement a big mistake that most people make is not preparing for healthcare expenses. Most people aren’t sure what the costs are or where to begin to save for these future expenses. One of the first steps in planning for future is to make sure that you...
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