Long-term care planning is an important — yet often overlooked — part of aging. While planning won’t prevent all financial or emotional challenges, it can help you minimize many of them — or avoid them altogether. To learn the basics about long-term care planning, continue reading.
Like any other type of long-term care, aging in place requires a significant amount of preparation and organizing. Of course, this is sometimes easier said than done since you can’t always anticipate unexpected medical events or health conditions. But for your parents to enjoy the full benefits that aging in place brings, your family must carefully plan for their current and future needs.