The Life Care Plan: Do You Have One?

by Audrey Miller on September 29, 2004

in Articles & Blogs by Audrey, Baby Boomers, Caregiving, Dementia, Elder Care, Estate Planning, Geriatric Care Management, Power of Attorney

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By: Audrey Miller MSW, RSW, CCRC, CCLCP
Solutions Magazine Fall 2004

Life care planning, frequently used by Canadian insurance companies and lawyers, is a way of assessing the long-term costs for a person who has a chronic illness or disability. Overall, the life care plan is a dynamic document that can answer many questions, all based on the older person’s unique medical needs and the community in which he or she lives. It will help you address your loved one’s needs over time. The question is, do you have a plan?

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