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The Long Term Care Women's Project is a national effort to bring awareness of the need for long term care planning to women since they use it the most. Dana Vouga of Vouga Elder Law will talk about this project commencing in October, 2013.
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Being the "The Senior Expert" I am often asked what is it and should I buy it? My guest Sam Torres has 28 year of experience in long term care insurance. He will answer questions like, What does it cover? When should you buy it? The number of insurance companies offering this has gone from 30 to 10. Sam will explain how companies are rated and how find the policy for you or your parents. Imagine you are going to buy a plan, how much is it?
Alan Caldwell is a long term care insurance specialist. He has lived in Ann Arbor for the past 14 years, and has an MBA from the University of Michigan. Alan has been very involved in the long term care world since he started Senior Helpers four and a half years ago. He continues to own that local in-home care agency, but has turned over day-to-day administration to two very capable managers. Last fall, Alan switched full-time to the planning side of long term care, helping individuals and couples better understand their options for long term care insurance.
Sharon will be talking with Alan about some common misconceptions about long term care insurance and answer some frequently asked questions.
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Joyce interviews Christine Jackson of Banker's Life & Casualty about a new type of long term care insurance that is less expensive and provides for home care costs.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
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Long-term care consumes the most resources in healthcare programs nationwide. Medicaid alone spends more than $100 billion annually on it, according to a recent study. With so many resources at stake, it’s no surprise that these programs attract many opportunities for waste, fraud and abuse.
How can long-term care programs better preserve their resources for participant care? Experts from Xerox tackle this question in this podcast. Join Xerox's Frank Spinelli, vice president of Long-Term Care solutions, and Sara Fitzsimmons, vice president of audit and compliance solutions, for a discussion about the types of fraud facing long-term care services and supports and their costs to healthcare programs. Frank and Sara will also share ideas and best practices on the “Three A’s” that can help program managers prevent fraud.
With record high unemployment, approximately 4.3 million Americans are coping with long-term unemployment, employment discrimination and the resulting financial and emotional challenges. Are there solutions for the long-term unemployed?
Legalocity host Jacqueline Crosby, Esq. and career coach Janet Logan discuss the legal issues related to discrimination against the long-term unemployed as well as career and coping strategies for individuals out of work.
New Jersey attorney Jacqueline Crosby practices in the areas of family and employment law in addition to conducting legal seminars and webinars for the public in the areas of divorce, child support and custody, and unemployment compensation law.
Janet Logan, founder of My Coaching Services, is a Professional Certified Coach with an extensive background in Human Resources.
Janet helps her Career Coaching clients to:
Take control and manage their careers; Develop their individual career path for deeper satisfaction; Figure out what they want to do next; Align their career with the life they want to live; Write professionally written resumes; Improve their confidence to interview; Provide guidance through the entire career search process; Remove limiting beliefs and self-doubt.
She also helps new business owners by partnering with them for HR Consulting.
Do you know what long term care insurance covers? How do you know if you should invest in this type of coverage or not? What are the benefits and detractors of long term care insurance? Join Mari Tautimes and Your Care Partners as we discuss the basics of Long term care and why should you consider this insurance or not?
In this show, Diane Keefe, show host, interviews Mark Michelson, CLTC, of Genworth about what he went through with a spouse who had early onset Alzheimer's. He encountered many pitfalls that he is willing to share as well as tips on how to avoid them. He has become empassioned to let viewer's know what can happen and that long term care can be needed by someone who is young.
One in five adult workers is also an adult caregiver. As our population ages, this number will only grow, and so will the need to support employees. Helping employees understand they are caregivers is the first important step. Assisting them in taking care of themselves as they care for others is second. Flexibility is also key, as caregivers routinely report needing to come in late, leave early or request some shift in typical work schedules. Using the moment to help people sort through their