With approximately 30 million Americans turning 65 within the next ten years, it’s expected that by 2030 one in five people will be a senior citizen. This means that the time to prepare for the future. With an influx of senior citizen, this means that the diagnosed rates of Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis, and stroke are bound to increase.

How can you make sure you are covered if you need around the clock care?

At East & Greenwell, we have options so that you can lock in the rates today and protect your family from the future cost of Healthcare.

Long Term Care plans can help you and your family plan, save, and prepare for a brighter, easier future.

Unsure if Long Term Insurance is right for your family? Take a look at the FAQ below, and then call an Agent today.


1.What level of care does Long Term Care Insurance cover?

While you aren’t required to have condo insurance, condo owners should purchase it. Too often, we see individuals assuming they are covered by the association, only to discover that it does not include the interior of their unit. Anything that happens to or within the interior structure of your condo falls on the shoulders of the owner or the renter. Condo Insurance covers you in those instances.

2. Why isn’t MediCare, Private Insurance, etc. enough?

Your Condo Insurance cost depends on the policy you select. On average, you can expect anywhere between $100 – $400 per year. Your quote will be based on the value of your personal property as well as the type and level of coverage you choose. We highly recommend discussing your options with one of our agents. Unlike browsing your selections online, we can help scout out the best discounts and deals on the policies suited for you.

3. How long does Long Term Care Insurance last?

Your condo insurance can cover losses incurred from a fire or burglary, loss or damage to personal possessions, appliances, or certain installed fixtures, and liability for bodily injuries or damage to personal property incurred within the interior of your condo.

Because the responsibility of claims are sometimes in the hands of the association and other times in the hands of your Condo Insurance, it’s important to contact your agent immediately to determine the right course of action should an incident occur. We will work quickly and efficiently to help you with the claims process.