Underwritten by LifeSecure Insurance Company
Long Term Care is the assistance a person may need with the basic activities of daily living – eating, bathing, dressing, transferring, toileting, and continence. It can also include supervision needed to protect a person’s health and safety. The need for Long Term Care may develop from things such as an accident, illness, stroke, advanced age or other chronic condition such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia or Parkinson’s disease. Long Term Care consists mainly of personal care rather than medical care, which is typically covered by a health plan.
Long Term Care can be provided…
- In your own home
- At an adult day care center
- In an assisted living facility or nursing home
What does Long Term Care Insurance Typically Cover?
- Custodial care when recovery is unlikely
- Home care and assistance with daily tasks such as eating, bathing and dressing
- Visits to an adult day care center to provide respite care for caregivers
Click here to learn more about LTC and how to plan ahead for the future.
Click the links below for information on LifeSecure’s Long Term Care coverage.
If you wish to apply for coverage, you would be responsible for paying all premiums for this benefit. Premiums vary based upon the amount of coverage you select, your age, and if your spouse/partner also applies. The premiums you pay may be eligible for a long-term care insurance tax credit on your state income tax return.
If you have a Health Savings Account, you can reimburse yourself using pre-tax dollars from your HSA for LTC premiums paid. Please consult your tax advisor to determine your potential tax benefits.
For more information about the coverage options available to you and your spouse/partner, premium rates, or for assistance with running a quote or applying for coverage, please call Macalester College’s dedicated Long-Term Care consultant, Rex Kohl, at: (612) 719-1707.
The Macalester College Group Number is: 02513V
- LifeSecure Group #: 02513V
- Dedicated Phone #: (612) 719-1707
- What to Expect After You Apply for LTC Insurance
- Understanding the Risk: Why Should you Consider LTC Insurance
- Can You Afford to Pay for Care?