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Long-term care planning

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The need for long-term care protection has never been more urgent than now. But many Singaporeans still aren’t insured against the financial threat of severe disability.

Here are some resources to address common misconceptions Singaporeans may have on long-term care planning. 

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Here's why it's important to act on long-term care planning right now.

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Severe disability can be the result of a stroke, the progressive worsening or complications of chronic illnesses such as diabetes, or physical weakness due to ageing. While health issues like diabetes and stroke are more common during the advanced years of life, the truth is, they can affect anyone, regardless of age.

Speak to me to find out about long-term care financing options. 

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Every long-term care option has a different price tag. Invest in your long-term care planning to ensure you’ll always be able to get the support of your choice.

Speak to me to find out how to secure comprehensive long-term care protection.

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With a CareShield Life supplement, you can transfer long-term care costs to your insurer in the event of severe disability. So, you can stay financially in control while having access to quality care you need.

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You’ve probably been hearing more about CareShield Life these days. But how much do you really know about severe disability and long-term care costs?

Read this infographic to find out. I’d be happy to explain in more detail too. 

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Here's why it's necessary and inexpensive to have a plan just for long-term care

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According to the Ministry of Health, 3 in 10 people could remain severely disabled for 10 years or more.* Your ElderShield or CareShield Life cover will give you basic payouts in the event of severe disability, and with a supplement, you’ll get higher payouts with more comprehensive coverage.

That way, you’ll have finances for your needs for as long as severe disability persists and the freedom to focus on your health. Speak to me to find out more today.

*Source: www.careshieldlife.gov.sg/long-term-care/planning-ahead

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What can you get with $600 a year that will could last you for a lifetime? Answer: Aviva’s MyLongTermcare.

For this price, you’ll get a lifetime assurance that should you ever become, and remain, severely disabled, you’d get at least S$1,500 monthly benefit, for life. And without any out-of-pocket expenses. Speak to me to find out more today.

* Based on a 31-years-old female. Terms and conditions apply. Protected up to specified limits by SDIC.

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Don’t get caught in a situation where your disability insurance plan doesn’t cover your long-term care needs.

With different types of insurance to give financial support for different levels of disability, it’s important to ensure you have the right protection in the event you become unable to carry out everyday tasks like feeding, dressing and washing.

Speak to me to find out more. 

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