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Long term care is not just for the elderly! Think you're too young?

Nearly 41% of long term care is provided to people under age 65."

- Georgetown University Long-Term
Care Financing Project,
Long-Term Care Financing:
Policy Options for the Future,
June 2007.

 

FLTCIP Webinar Series Spring 2014

FLTCIP Webinar Series Spring 2014

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Previous webinars are listed in the On-Demand Webinars section.

Register for Growing Up and Growing Older Part 1: Having the Long Term Care Conversation

Growing Up and Growing Older
Part 1: Having the Long Term Care Conversation

April 22, 2014

Talking to your loved ones about long term care needs can be difficult. Join us as Gail Hunt, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Caregiving, and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) experts Mary Lou McGuinness and Joan Melanson discuss real-world experiences and provide tips to help you anticipate needs, coordinate family responsibilities, and prepare for a long term care event.
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Register for Solving Your Personal Retirement Puzzle at Any Age

Solving Your Personal Retirement Puzzle at Any Age
April 30, 2014

Join Sherry Casas, president and founder of Retirement Training and Coaching Services, Inc., as she takes a look at the big picture of Federal retirement planning and helps you understand the pieces of your personal retirement puzzle. She'll also discuss how missing pieces may derail your whole plan, review Social Security options—including benefits for spouses—and talk about how to manage health and long term care concerns in retirement.
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Register for Beyond Retirement Planning Part 2: Advance Directives

Beyond Retirement Planning
Part 2: Advance Directives

May 1, 2014

No retirement or estate plan is complete without advance directives. Who will handle your health and financial matters if you can no longer make decisions for yourself? Conversely, what are the consequences to you and your family if you do not have these important documents in place? Join us as attorney Harley Gordon, founder of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and Mary Lou McGuinness, claims consultant for the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) discuss the differences between a living will, health care proxy, and durable and health care powers of attorney. If you've been putting this off, be sure to take advantage of this valuable opportunity to learn more.
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Register for Military to Federal Retirement, and Everything in Between Part 2: Financial Planning for Federal Employees with Military Service or Retirement

From Military to Federal Retirement, and Everything in Between
Part 2: Financial Planning for Federal Employees with Military Service or Retirement

May 13, 2014

Are you a Federal employee with military service or a full military retirement? Join James Marshall of Federal Retirement Planning, LLC as he discusses how to optimize all your retirement benefits, with tips on financial planning across multiple careers.
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Growing Up and Growing Older
Part 2: Caring for an Aging Parent

May 15, 2014

Caregiving for an aging parent has many stressful challenges, whether they are social, financial, or emotional. Join us as Gail Hunt, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Caregiving, and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) experts Mary Lou McGuinness and Joan Melanson discuss resources for caregivers and common issues and questions adult children often have when caring for an aging parent.
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Rregister for Maintaining Your Health and Well-Being in Retirement

Maintaining Your Health and Well-Being in Retirement
May 21, 2014

Retirement isn't just about the Thrift Savings Plan, calculating your high-threes, and Social Security income. Money is important, but there's a lot more to planning your future than dollars and cents. What are you doing today that will allow you to remain engaged and fulfilled in retirement? How can you stay healthy so that you can enjoy your retirement years? Join Sherry Casas, president and founder of Retirement Training and Coaching Services, Inc., and Jane Siegel, retirement health counselor, as they take a look at the steps you can take to remain physically healthy and emotionally satisfied during retirement.
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The FLTCIP (Part 1 of 2): It's always a good time to apply

The FLTCIP (Part 1 of 2): It's Always a Good Time to Apply!

This webinar explores the realities of long term care and family caregiving. We also review possible LTC funding options (and their tradeoffs) such as Medicaid and investing.

April 15, 2014:
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May 6, 2014:
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FLTCIP (Part 2 of 2): It's Always a Good Time to Apply!

FLTCIP (Part 2 of 2): It's Always a Good Time to Apply!

This webinar includes a thorough review of the benefits, features, and costs of the FLTCIP plan.

April 17, 2014:
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May 8, 2014:
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Previous webinars are listed in the On-Demand Webinars section.

The opinions and views expressed at these presentations are the opinions of the respective presenters and are not intended by John Hancock Life & Health Insurance Company or Long Term Care Partners, LLC, to represent legal or investment advice.


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