Long-Term Care: Meeting Health & Personal Needs
April 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join Madison Public Library Foundation from noon–1 p.m. Tuesday, April 27, for a free online presentation featuring several local experts who will speak on the topic of Long-Term Care: Meeting Health & Personal Needs.
For many people, the phrase “long-term care” conjures images of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. However, long-term care increasingly includes measures that help older adults remain in their homes as they receive services. According to AARP, more than two-thirds of people over 65 will require some type of long-term care in their in their remaining lifetime. Being prepared for the long-term care of your loved ones and yourself is a smart way to maintain control of your property, finances and health. It also takes the burden off your family and prevents them from feeling overwhelmed down the road. If you’re in your 30s or 40s, it’s not too early to start planning for your own long-term care!
Our three speakers — attorney Meghan M. Teigen of Johnson Teigen LLC, Oakwood Lutheran Senior Ministries CEO Reginald Hislop, and Neckerman Insurance Services Vice President and Agent Dale Kalscheur — will discuss:
- the importance of legal planning with robust powers of attorney
- a brief introduction to Wisconsin Medicaid as a long-term care provider, and program eligibility
- important planning considerations unique to married couples
- how estate planning and long-term care planning objectives can overlap and conflict
- how home care, assisted living and retirement communities fit into the planning picture
- different insurance plans available to protect one’s estate against the cost of long-term care, with information about the advantages and suitability of different plans
Teigen is a partner in her firm, where she practices in the areas of estate planning, special needs planning, elder law, and probate and trust administration. She is a frequent speaker to individuals, families, and professionals throughout Wisconsin on important issues related to estate planning, special needs trusts, and long-term care planning for older adults and individuals with disabilities.
Hislop has been an executive and consultant in health care and senior housing for more than 35 years. In his career, he and the organizations that he has led have provided care and services for hundreds of thousands of older adults and their families.
Kalscheur’s insurance specialties are business, life, long-term care and disability. He is also a lifelong Madison resident and Agency Campaign Chair for United Way of Dane County,
Please register for this presentation in advance by clicking the orange button below. If you have a particular question you would like answered, please send it to email@example.com by April 20. Not all questions will be answered due to time limitations.
The workshop is part of Madison Public Library Foundation’s Educational Series of free virtual events, which support Madison Public Library’s efforts to build all types of literacy — in this case, health and legal literacy.