Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
Although the number of front page articles and news segments about long term care is increasing rapidly, most Americans are still confused about the details of long term care and unsure of how to plan for it.
LTC Tree launched a new video on the homepage of their website this week in an effort to mitigate this confusion, raise awareness about the issue of long term care, and explain how long term care insurance can help consumers plan ahead.
Drew Nichols, Co-Founder of the company, explained the thought process behind the video. “By taking the issues of Long Term Care and making them real by illustrating a typical family, our characters Bob and Susie act as a proxy for the problems so many Americans face today with aging parents.”
With 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day, the issue of long term care will soon be one that most of us are familiar with, whether it’s ourselves, our aging parents, or someone else in our lives who needs care. LTC Tree’s new animated short video helps educate people about the details of long term care insurance, what it is, who should buy it, and how it can help people prepare for the high costs that come along with care.
Serious financial stress and emotional burden is often associated with long term care, especially when a lack of preparation precedes the situation. Taking the time to research the different options and begin planning early can help avoid much of the problems that people associate with long term care, like finding a facility and financing that care.
The video helps simplify a complicated subject and provides a great deal of useful information in a quick and easily digestible manner. You can view the video here.
LTC Tree is an Atlanta-based nationwide network of licensed agents whose goal is to help educate people about their long term care insurance options with no face-to-face sales meetings. We help clients shop all the major companies to find the best plan at the best price and strive to give consumers a laid back, no pressure process of buying insurance.