Could Your Living Situation Change as You Grow Older?
Recent research from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services suggests that most Americans turning age 65 will need long-term care support during
If the need arises, how will you handle potential long-term care for yourself or a loved one? Planning for the consequences of aging in general, and long-term care in particular, will depend on your preferences and circumstances. A long-term care plan should account for the different types of care you may need and the different settings in which you might receive that care. These are the most common options.