NAIFA’s Policy Director Maeghan Gale joined LTCI Partners Managing Director, Tom Riekse, and Director Steve Cain for a panel discussion about recent Long Term Care Insurance legislation. For many years, Long-Term Care Insurance took a backseat as it relates to legislative action on the state and federal level. However, 2021 has brought a wave of activity as lawmakers consider the best way to support their growing aging populations.
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Last June, we offered you some insights into how technology is playing into the extended and long term care market. IDC published trackers as the developments in Smart Homes market promises to impact home care is options for extended and long term care.
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The third segment in our LECP Center series, offers insight into how personal service robots for the elderly can help those with mobility and cognitive issues. Robots are now even programmed with emotive features, for example, they can ask questions and hold conversations, helping the elderly feel like they have a companion.
The LECP Center is offering a series on the role robots are playing in caregiving. In this second segment, we look at some new options for Extended and Long Term Care. Where 2 or more caregivers have been needed to help individuals with limited mobility robots and technology can step in to assist.
Robots, Exoskeletons, and Smart Homes oh my! There are some exceptional plans in the works to modernize LTC delivery for those needing care.
Join LECP Executive Director Carroll Golden and Tom Riekse of LTCI Partners, LLC discussing various industry changes and developments. As the world modernizes and the industry evolves, access to purchasing avenues and options for MainStreetUSA may be expanding as well.