Even if you believe you are successful, Having a care plan is of value

People believe that the successful can hire caregivers and all they have to do is be managers to those who need caregiving. 

Kim Campbell’s wife explains her experiences caregiving and managing Glen’s needs for activities of daily living. 

Fame and Wealth require people to be a team with caring for a person.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/nation-now/2017/08/08/glen-campbells-wife-other-alzheimers-caregivers-youre-not-alone/551086001/

When will you have the conversation with your family about caregiving and your exit strategy?

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About Lavine, MBA, MA, CLTC

Raymond Lavine became interested in extended care benefits (long-term-care insurance) because of personal experiences with the disruption that extended illnesses cause for families and their finances. He now advises families and businesses about ways to mitigate the consequences extended care. Lavine says many people believe that they will never need any form of extended care because they are healthy now. Life studies clearly that many Americans may need extended care at some time, but what people do not consider are not what happens them them but care giving responsibilities which will affect their family, their cash flow, and financial commitments towards the future. The common misconception that Medicare, the Veterans Administration, or some other social service agency will pay for extended care leads people to believe that no individual or family plan is needed. By the time they see the reality, it's too late. Lavine explains the issues and provides the information needed to make an informed decision about planning for extended care. Raymond Lavine has a BA in International Relations from the University of Southern California; an MBA and MA from Drucker-Ito Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University; and the CLTC designation.