Today we are joined by Assistant Director, Nick Olear of Seabury At Home to define life care at Home and how it works.
Life Care is a product that allows well and active individuals over the age of 50 to prepay for all future medical care in your home or in a facility (assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care) setting. Involves a one-time, 100% tax-deductible membership fee, followed by a low, predictable monthly fee throughout your membership.
Care coordination is the most invaluable part of the program. As anyone who has ever had to take care of a loved one knows, researching and calling providers is extremely stressful and hard work. “Our goal is to give all of our members and their stakeholders’ peace of mind in knowing that we handle all aspects of care coordination.”
The care integrates with an existing long-term care insurance policy. Depending on the policy benefits, qualifying prospects may see up to a 75% discount in their monthly fees as long as they maintain that insurance policy throughout their membership.
Seabury At Home is portable. Members that sign up have the ability to take the program with them anywhere in the United States. If a member has family living out of state and they wish to move, they will still be covered under Seabury At Home.
For more information visit, SeaburyAtHome.org .
Seabury At Home is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. When they first started in 2008, they were the first home-based Life Care provider in the state and just the fifth in the country. Since then, they have coordinated and provided care for nearly 300 individuals in their homes or in a facility setting.