Who Is Qualified For Life Care Planning?
Anyone is qualified for life care planning. A life care plan will help your family manage your or your loved one’s chronic, progressive, or terminal illness or disability. This type of comprehensive plan helps ensure you or your aging family member gets the care they need, both today and in the future. These plans address a number of contingencies and help prevent common elder law concerns from becoming a crisis for your family.
In New Jersey, Bratton Estate and Elder Care Attorneys can help you understand the benefits of life care planning and build a plan that meets your family’s needs. Call us today at 856 770 2744 to get started.
Who Needs a Life Care Plan?
Many of our clients are adult children whose parents suffer from a progressive or chronic illness, or who recently suffered disabling injuries in a fall or from a stroke. In general, there are four reasons why your loved one might be qualified for life care planning:
- They recently suffered an injury or received a diagnosis
- You note a decline in their health and ability to remain independent
- You worry you cannot provide the level of care they need because you lack the time or training
- You are not sure how you will afford their future care needs
If you currently have any of these concerns, or believe you may in the future, go ahead and give us a call. We can help you sign up for one of our life care planning seminars or answer your questions. Depending on your needs, our life care planning attorneys may be able to help you out with crisis intervention for any current issues and then create a life care plan for the future.
We can also make a life care plan for you, protecting your family members from needing to make tough decisions down the road.
For a legal consultation, call 856 770 2744
Understanding How a Life Care Plan Works
Lifecare planning addresses several concerns regarding your or your loved one’s current and future needs. This includes:
- Care coordination based on your or their needs
- Health care decision-making
- Crisis prevention and intervention
- Family support
- Financial planning
A life care plan that is well designed to meet your or your loved one’s and your family’s needs can serve many purposes. Primarily, this includes:
- Ensuring your or your aging loved one gets the appropriate level of care to maintain their health and quality of life for as long as possible
- Planning how to pay for advancing levels of care, including in-home care, nursing home care, and care in other long-term care facilities
- Medicaid planning and asset protection, when appropriate
- Reducing conflict over financial or health decisions between members of your family
- Offering your entire family peace of mind about your health, safety, and well-being or that of your loved one
Our team includes not only elder law attorneys but also social workers and a registered nurse. With this interdisciplinary approach to life care planning, we can not only get to know your unique needs better, but we can also provide knowledgeable and compassionate guidance throughout the process.
Let Us Help You Meet the Needs of Your Beloved Family Member
If you have concerns about how you can continue to meet the needs of your aging loved one with a progressive illness or disability, we are here to help. We can explain how a life care plan can take the struggle out of providing the appropriate level of care and allow you to enjoy your time with your beloved family member again.
A life care plan can reduce your stress and help your loved one get the level of care they need. We make this frustrating time easier, walking you through the life care planning process in a simple and straightforward way. We understand the last thing you need is something else to worry about, so we take care of as much as possible for you.
With the team from Bratton Estate and Elder Care Attorneys on your side, you have compassionate advocates fighting for you and your aging loved one, both today and in the future.
Learn More About New Jersey Life Care Planning Today
There are two ways you can learn more about New Jersey life care planning from the team at Bratton Estate and Elder Care Attorneys:
- Attend one of our life care planning events; or
- Discuss your situation with a member of our team
When you enlist our help with life care planning, your family will meet with one of our attorneys and elder care coordinators. We want to get to know your family so we can understand your unique needs, preferences, and priorities. Only once we discuss your situation and goals will we begin to build a life care plan for your loved one.
Call us today at 856 770 2744 to discuss how we can work together to ensure your loved one gets the care they need.
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