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A One-Stop Shop for All Care Information — An Industry First

KIRKLAND, Wash. — For the first time, comprehensive information on long term care providers plus information on how to pay for it will be available from a single source: a national network of 380-plus long term care specialists. Today, LTC Financial Partners (LTCFP), the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage, announced a partnership with CareScout, creator of the first quality-of-care ratings on nursing homes and home health agencies in America. The alliance will bring disparate financial and care information together under one national umbrella.

“Now we’re a one-stop shop for our clients,” says Dan Cahn, Senior Vice President of Business Development for LTCFP. “People can now come to us for all kinds of information related to the care of today’s longer-living Americans, whether themselves, a spouse or parent, employees, or association members.” This includes information on asset protection and long term care insurance — advice that LTCFP’s 380-plus specialists have been giving out all along — plus the care information contributed by CareScout.

Since 1977 Care Scout has been helping families find quality eldercare resources and providers, and has been a reliable partner of some of America’s largest corporations and insurance carriers. The partnership with LTC Financial Partners combines care provider information with the insurance information already provided by LTCFP.

“We think it’s a breakthrough for consumers and organizations alike,” says Cahn. “Now our clients can ‘get it all’ through a single well-informed expert. That includes quality-of-care ratings as well as access to more than 90,000 home health agencies, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, adult day health facilities, and hospice agencies – plus, clients can access CareScout’s Care Advocacy & Discount Program for finding great eldercare at preferred pricing. The discounts alone are impressive; they can exceed $9,000 in savings for a client per year for a skilled nursing facility stay.”

To register for the comprehensive information service, individuals and representatives of companies or associations start by speaking with one of LTCFP’s 380-plus specialists. The specialists may be located at http://www.ltcfp.com by clicking “find an agent,” or by calling 866-471-4072, extension 118. To learn about the new information available — before receiving login permission from a specialist — inquirers may visit http://www.yourcaresource.org.

Valerie G has been an editor with California Newswire for several years, is a gifted theremin player, can quote copious lines from 'Red Dwarf' and also knows where her towel is. Oddly, she does not drive, nor does she take the bus. She identifies as both human and democrat.