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FREE Guide to Paying for Assisted Living and Senior Care

Last Updated Apr. 26th, 2015

When it comes to paying for senior care or assisted living, there is often uncertainty among care givers if they can afford to transition their loved one to an elder care facility. Some of the most frequently asked questions we get asked are about how to pay for senior care.

To help provide answers, we’ve put together this guide, titled “How to Finance Senior Care: The Complete Guide to Eldercare Financing Options for Seniors and Caregivers.” Best of all, it’s 100% FREE.

free guide to paying for senior care

This guide to paying for senior care covers a range of financing and payment options available to families. It also includes tips on leveraging government programs and health insurance to help subsidize the cost of assisted living.

Sections in the guide include:

  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Long term care insurance
  • Veterans aid and attendance benefits
  • Supplemental security income
  • Life Settlements and home equity options
  • Low income tax credits

Download Your FREE Guide

To get your free guide to financing senior care and assisted living, complete the form below, click the “Send It Now” button and we’ll email it you. Please note that you must provide a valid email address to get your free guide.

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Sample Section from the FREE Guide

Wondering what’s in the guide to paying for senior care? Here’s a sneak peak at the introduction:

“Paying for senior living can be expensive, and most families require financial assistance of some sort. Many families who haven’t had an opportunity to plan in advance suddenly find themselves needing to cover the costs of assisted living, independent living or other senior housing for a loved one. Many families fail to plan to pay for long-term care costs, assuming Medicare or other government programs will cover these costs.”

“Unfortunately, in most cases residents are responsible for covering these costs out of pocket. Medicare and Medicaid will cover long-term care only under limited circumstances. The options for paying for senior living vary depending on the type of facility your loved one will reside in. But, there are a number of solutions which can provide financial assistance for senior living.”

And the guide maps out dozens of solutions from how to get financial assistance to cost and fee structures for assisted living facilities across the US, state by state.

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