_OH_4-Hour Long-Term Care Review

Today’s life and health insurance producers must be able to advise consumers regarding products and options that address the potential need for long-term care. This course provides a thorough review of long-term care, long-term care insurance, and long-term care partnership programs. It covers the following topics:

  • What Is Long-Term Care?
  • Paying for Long-Term Care: Public Options
  • Paying for Long-Term Care: Private Options
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Long-Term Care Partnership Programs
  • Long-Term Care Suitability
 This is an intermediate-level course.  Upon completion, students should be able to:
  • demonstrate an understanding of the need for long-term care, the continuum of long-term care services, and the extent to which long-term care costs have risen and are expected to continue to rise;
  • explain the common sources for funding long-term care, both public and private;
  • articulate the coverage and provisions of long-term care insurance;
  • describe the basics of state long-term care partnership programs and how these programs interact with Medicaid;
  • cite the requirements for long-term care insurance policies that are used in conjunction with state partnership programs; and
  • describe the principles of long-term care suitability and to apply them to a client’s particular circumstances.

This course is specifically designed to meet the ongoing study requirement for licensed producers who have completed an initial long-term care training program and has been approved for this purpose.

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