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Connecticut Long Term Care

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Connecticut lies in the New England region of the United States, with hot and humid summers followed by cool winters. The coastal location of the state moderates the extreme temperatures and provides residents with a long maritime history of trade, despite the lack of any actual state land on the coast. Connecticut doesn’t have a sports team in any of the four major professional sports leagues, but is home to hundreds of museums and theaters around the state. Nearly 15% of the state population is over the age of 65, making long term care a priority for the state legislature.

Connecticut implemented their Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Program in 2008 to help state residents realize their long term care funding options.

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