Long-Term Care Insurance Providers
The Aging of America…
- In 2011, more than 8,000 Americans will turn 65 every day. By the end of that year, the senior population of America will reach almost 49 million.
- The U.S. Census Bureau projects that the population age 85 and older could grow from 5.3 million in 2006 to nearly 21 million by 2050.
What Will Be the Cost of Long-Term Care?
- The average cost for a resident of a nursing home or assisted living facility can be over $40,000 a year! And often, very little of the time spent in a facility is truly one-on-one care between patient and caregiver.
- Seniors who want to live in their homes can do so more cost effectively with a few hours of home care a week. For example, 20 hours of companionship care a week costs approximately $18,000 annually.
How we can help you…
As a licensed provider of in-home care services for over 40 years, CareTeam ensures that your clients’ needs are met quickly and accurately. You will have the ability to be involved as little or as much as you feel necessary in your client’s day-to-day affairs. Our service structure allows seniors to age comfortably in their own homes–happy and independent–without having to relocate to a more expensive living facility.
How we can help your clients…
A 2009 MetLife study shows that adults reaching age 65 have an average life expectancy of an additional 19 years. This and similar studies show that the majority of seniors (89% according to an AARP survey) want to age in their own homes for as long as possible. CareTeam provides any and all necessary home and personal services, so that your clients can enjoy safe everyday living in their own homes. They can remain in control of their own schedule and quality of life!
To refer a client to CareTeam for services, please call our office anytime, or submit the information via our secure web portal. Just click the “Request More Info” link to the right. A CareTeam professional can create a personalized plan tailored to meet the client’s needs and fit within their budget.