|aThe family guide to long-term care|h[videorecording] /|cLifeView.
|aNashville :|bLifeView Resources,|c2000.
|a3 videodiscs (185 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aOriginal production: c2000.
|av. 1. Getting started -- v. 2. Making the right choice -- v. 3. Staying involved -- v. 4. Understanding long-term care insurance -- v. 5. Legal issues -- v. 6. Financial planning.
|aLearn what to do when an aging parent begins to need more assistance than you can provide (v. 1). Understand the range of options today, and evaluate which is best for your situation (v. 2). Will show how the family's role remains critical after the transition. Experts in the field, including physicians and other healthcaare professionals, offer specific information on how to help your loved one live successfully in his or her new surroundings (v. 3). Learn everything one needs to know about long-term care insurance including the limits of medicare and medicaid, coverage for assisted living, home health and adult care, choosing coverage options and more (v. 4.). Learn information about one's rights and responsibilities, making a will, durable power of attorney for healthcare, and more (v. 5). Learn what to do should the day come when one has to handle a loved one's financial affairs, learn the ins and outs of medicare and social security, locating assets, sound investing, and more (v. 6).