Look at the Averages

For the past month, I have been sharing commentary and ideas related to averages, longevity, and extended healthcare. That kicked off on April 6 with our LTC Coffee Break broadcast. Check out our full LTC Coffee break episode. I have discussed the danger of relying solely on average duration care planning. Simply, the average (actually... Continue Reading →

Are Your Clients Average?

Last week my Fridays with Fisher e-blast talked about your clients and averages. This goes along with the topic of the month for LTC Coffee Break of lifetime benefits and longevity during the benefits cycle. Check out our full LTC Coffee break episode. A little bit of shameless self-promotion, join Michael and me every Tuesday... Continue Reading →

Average as Acceptable?

Earlier this month on LTC Coffee Break, Michael and I discussed true long term care where benefits can last as long as the insured needs them.  In a sense, lifetime benefits that cannot be outlived. Last week, I shared a bit about long duration care events such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.  The impact physically, emotionally,... Continue Reading →

Alzheimer’s and a Plan

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 1 in 3 seniors will die with Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia.  Worldwide, over 50 million people are living with it.  And, by 2050, it is anticipated that number will more than double. Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia are not short duration events.  Someone 65 or... Continue Reading →

OneAmerica Resources

Earlier this week, we hosted our first virtual Care Solutions University of 2021. If you are unfamiliar with Care Solutions University, it is immersion training for the OneAmerica Care Solutions suite of asset-based long term care products and services. Last year, due to the pandemic, Care Solutions University moved to the virtual realm from an... Continue Reading →

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