How does my insurance policy recognize "long-term care?"
Although each individual policy may define the parameters of "long-term care" differently, it is generally recognized as a condition in which the policyholder is unable to perform activities of daily living without assistance. Serious physical limitations and severe cognitive impairment are grounds for receiving long-term care, either in an accredited facility, or at home with licensed medical visitation.
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