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Long Term Health Care - No One Expects Something to Happen
by: Anonymous

I agree with the other poster. No one expects something to happen that will require long-term health care decisions.

My daughter was recently diagnosed with a disabling disease, and though I will try to do my best to provide care for her, I realize that her long term health care needs may go well beyond my physical capabilities and expertise if her condition declines.

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Long Term Health Care - Really has Helped with My Dad
by: Glenda

Many people don't realize the demands placed on family caregivers in cases where long-term health care is required by an individual.

It's not always about age.

My 55-year-old father was in a car accident and is now a paraplegic. He's going to need long-term health care for the rest of his life.

Knowing and understanding options is essential in providing high-quality, compassionate, and effective care for my dad

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