Long-Term Care, Part II (Financing)



As the population ages, there is an increasing need for home health care, assisted living, nursing home care, and other forms of long-term care. Offered in an online format or in a trainer-assisted workshop, this course gives you a clearer understanding of the economic impact of long-term care and the variety of ways people pay: reliance on family members, government programs, annuities, reverse mortgages, long-term care insurance, estate planning, gift planning, and ethical considerations overall.

What You’ll Learn

  • The historical perspectives on demographics and economic impact of long-term care
  • Options people have for financing care
  • The pros and cons of using personal savings and assets, or tapping other resources like family, reverse mortgages, private annuities, or life insurance
  • The role of government programs including Medicare and Medicaid
  • The role of long-term care insurance in meeting long-term care needs
  • Planning strategies people should know in preparing for future needs
  • Relevant terms, industry issues, case scenarios, and key concepts

Who Should Take This Course

  • Agents and brokers who specialize in long-term care insurance
  • Health insurance plan staff
  • Corporate trainers responsible for development of sales staff
  • Financial planners
  • Plan sponsors and staff
  • Health underwriters
  • Claims analysts
  • Case managers and medical directors who seek more knowledge of insurance products
  • Consumers and others in related fields who seek more knowledge in this area


  • $195 AHIP Members
  • $255 Non-members

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Financing Long-Term Care Needs: Exploring Options and Reaching Solutions

  • $40 AHIP Members
  • $50 Non-members

Earn a Designation

This course is good towards earning the following professional designation:

Long-Term Care Professional (LTCP)
Disability Income Fellow Designation (DIF)

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