Living a long life should be a big part of being an interesting person doing awesome things.
No matter if your “long life” goal is to spend a lot of time with your grandkids; retire early and travel the world; or give away all of your riches to our favorite philanthropic organizations, longevity is part of doing awesome things.
With a long life comes the possibility of becoming frail.
If you do become frail, serious consequences to the emotional, physical, and financial wellbeing of those who rely on you and to those who would provide you care, can occur.
With longevity comes the possibility of consequences to the people we love.
What should you do?
What is your realistic and viable solution to funding your care, should you be blessed with a fruitful, long life?
Michael can help you create a solution! Michael holds the Certification for Long Term Care Designation (CLTC Designation). The CLTC® Certification for Long-Term Care teaches professionals, like Michael, about the severe consequences a need for care over an extended period of years would have. The consequences aren’t just not on our clients. These consequences can be the emotional, physical, and financial wellbeing of those our clients love and support. The goal of the CLTC designation is to provide professionals the tools to discuss those consequences; offer a plan to mitigate them; and recommend possible funding sources for that plan.
The CLTC® Certification for Long-Term Care teaches professionals, like Michael, about the severe consequences an extended need for care would have.
If you’d like Michael to help you develop a plan to stay interesting and awesome, contact us!
Michael will work with you to create a strategy to protect those you love from the emotional, physical, and financial challenges if you aren’t able to care for yourself.
We know you expect to live a long life, we sure expect you to do so.
Furthermore, we know planning ahead and making arrangements for the wellbeing of those you love can keep you interesting and awesome for a long time to come!