You’re Invited To TreeceCo’s Next Free Dinner Seminar in Concord, Nc
Hosted by Tony Treece on April 11, 2017 at 6:30 PM
Reserve your place by calling 704.717.4848
Did you know that according to Morningstar
9 million: Is the number of Americans over age 65 who needed long-term care in 2012.
12 million: Is the number of Americans expected to need long-term care in 2020.
40%: Is the percentage of individuals who reach age 65 who will enter a nursing home during their lifetimes.
92 days (2.44 years): Average Length of Stay for current nursing-home residents.
68%: The probability that an individual over age 65 will become cognitively impaired or unable to complete at least two "activities of daily living"--including dressing, bathing, or eating--over his or her lifetime.
42%: The percentage of individuals in nursing homes who are experiencing some form of dementia.
$73,000: Median annual rate, nursing-home care in U.S.
3.63%: The average increase of nursing home price increase from 2011 to 2012
*** Tony has new motivation to begin educating the public and his clients on the necessity of proper Long Term Care coverage. Recently Tony's mother was diagnosed severe dementia.
She recently was admitted with to the hospital, and it became apparent that her husband could no longer care for her. Tony's mother DID NOT HAVE LONG TERM CARE COVERAGE and the financial strain and burden this has caused for Tony's family has been unbelievable. Come here his saga and how it applies to you and your family.
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