Long Term Care


Long-term care includes a wide range of services provided to people who need continued help with Activities of Daily Living:

(bathing, dressing, eating, using the toilet, continence, transferring from a bed to a chair)

....due to a chronic condition or limited ability to function; or continued supervision due to a deterioration in mental capacity

(such as, Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia).

Long-term care can be provided in a variety of places, including:

A person's home; a nursing facility; through community-based services (i.e., Adult Day Care) and in a variety of assisted living settings (i.e., Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Residential Care Homes, Assisted Living Facilities).

CT PARTNERSHIP FOR LONG TERM CARE:  Dollar for Dollar asset protection guaranteed by the State Of CT, Ask me HOW it works?

Click on the Hyperlink above and you will be re-directed to the state of CT’s Fantastic Page that tells you all about the CT Partnership for Long-Term Care!


What is Long Term Care?  Where is it provided?