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Talking about Long Term Care

Long term care can be a touchy subject, especially if you’re speaking to a loved one about it. But it is a conversation that needs to happen.

An estimated 70% of people over the age of 65 will need some sort of long term care, so here are some tips on how to start the conversation.

Start early

The best time to plan for long term care is before anyone needs it. We tend to wait for a crisis to happen before taking action, but with care, it is best to plan ahead.

Listen carefully

Sometimes your loved ones may give you clues. For example, if your loved one mentions having trouble with any kind of activity of daily living, like bathing or dressing, it can be the perfect opportunity to bring up the idea of personal care.

Don’t forget about them

When having this conversation, remember that it is about them and their needs. Do not talk at them, this conversation is a two way street.


Do some research,investigate all the different kinds of care available and payment methods. Coming into the conversation with knowledge about the subject could work in your favor.

Be a partner

Make sure that your loved one knows that they will not be alone throughout this process. Also, keep their goals and wishes in mind.

Having this talk sooner rather than later will ensure that you and your loved one will be prepared for long term care when the time comes.


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I’d like to convey to you how wonderful the aide Afia is for my mother’s care. She has been with her since last January and has become more than just a caregiver. She truly “cares” and is skillful in her abilities. My mom has had several health situations and her current health has improved to the best she has been in several years. Both her doctor and my family attribute a large part of that to Afia’s care. She is diligent about her diet and sleep patterns, and her “toileting” issues. All of this has contributed greatly to my mom’s overall improved health and her peace of mind as well as our family’s peace of mind. We cannot say enough about her. We are also very satisfied with Executive Care all the way around, from the billing department and everyone we speak with on the phone, very courteous and professional.
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It’s almost five years since we have been receiving caregivers through Executive Care, and I would like to take this transitional period to express our appreciation for the services you have provided thus far. We are particularly appreciative of the special attention and care Lili has given to our case. Lili has been very sensitive to our particular needs and it has been and remains important to us to have consistency in the arrangements by having Lili as our go-to person in light of Dr. E’s special needs. It is apparent that Lili has many other important responsibilities, so we wanted to thank Executive Care and Lili for the efforts she has made on our behalf.
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I have had business dealings with Executive Care for some time now and have invariably been very satisfied. The personnel have been considerate, trustworthy, capable and always responsive. They have provided a genuine physical and emotional lift to the patient, in my case an elderly, frail sister. I do not hesitate to recommend the organization for the services rendered.
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