LTC Planning and Extended Healthcare Coverage Want to learn more about the best ways to plan for an extended healthcare event? Become an educated consumer by watching the following videos and taking the time to learn what options are available to you.IMPORTANT: Read all of the instructions below before watching the following videos.Watch all of the videos all the way through. Not just the first, and not just half.An educated consumer needs to understand the concepts and experiences being detailed in the videos. Ignore any endorsements of any particular insurance companies.Share this information with your friends and loved ones. As they tell you on an airplane, put on your oxygen mask first and then help those near you. It’s what we do!Have the conversation! We can answer any questions you may have and help you fill in the blanks. There are many options available to you for protection against the potentially devastating impact an extended healthcare event can have on your nest egg, and we can help you sort through them. “Hear Rob Lowe, Maria Shriver & others have "The Talk" about long term care planning”“Meet Bob”“Meet Sandy”“Meet Kathy”“Meet Jack”Keep In Mind…Forget what you have heard in the past! The LTC industry has had massive changes in the last 18 months. There are new policies and riders you most likely do not know about.Medicaid is a welfare program. Medicaid Planning is planning to be on welfare, and that’s not a plan in our books.Don’t ignore the numbers. More than 1 in 2 Americans over 65 will have an extended healthcare event or impaired cognitive ability that would qualify them for a claim1.Don’t wait! Every week you wait is another week in which you could have an extended healthcare event without coverage, which could have a devastating effect on the nest egg you have spent your life saving.