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Four areas to reflect on your retirement

It is important to look at your unique situation and think about your future need for long-term care as you create a long-term care plan. This section provides questions that can help you assess your personal, financial, housing and advanced care needs.

Click on the links below to explore helpful questions about what your long-term care options might be. These questions will help you determine how much long-term care you might need in the future and what options you have to meet some, if not all, of your needs. This information allows you to create a comprehensive long-term plan lets you take charge of your long-term care in the future and is unique to your needs. 

Personal planning helps you look at your health risk factors and the role of your family and community in assessing future long-term care needs.

Financial planning helps you look at the actual cost of long-term care in your community and identifies options to pay for future long-term care needs.

Housing planning helps you look at possible housing solutions and factors that may help you decide what will work the best for you.

Advance care planning helps you decide and document your wishes for medical care if you are unable to communicate when you need to. 

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