What Is The Life Care Plan?
The Life Care Plan covers the entire spectrum of the Elder Care System, from selecting the right form of help at home, to accessing appropriate care and payment options, to moving your loved one into the most suitable alternative residence, to checking regularly to make sure your loved one is comfortable and happy in the best possible environment.
Whether your loved one is a parent, spouse, sibling, other relative or friend, whether you live around the corner, in a nearby town, or a thousand miles away, helping an aging loved one through the Elder Care System can create anxiety, guilt, fear and a feeling of hopelessness. Needing a guide through the system is not unusual ---- it’s normal.
The caring and knowledgeable staff at William A. Johnson, P.A. realize that it’s easy to get lost in the Elder Care System. As much as they would like to, most people cannot spend countless hours researching answers to the questions raised by the Elder Care System. It’s hard enough to even know the right questions to ask.
Our job at William A. Johnson, P.A. is to help you find your way. We help provide the answers you need, relieve those uncomfortable feelings and offer peace of mind. We’ve walked many through the Elder Care System before, so now we’re ready to be the guide on your journey.
The Life Care Plan: A Lifetime of Protection
With the Life Care Plan, you pay one single fee. You know exactly what it will cost before you make the decision to hire our firm. No matter how long you live, and no matter what elder planning services you require, you don’t pay us one cent extra. The one-time fee includes all necessary legal documents, consultations, and other services. The flat fee also includes the services of a Geriatric Care Manager as needed, to implement your individual Life Care Plan.
Not included in the Life Care Plan are investment and financial planning services, guardianships, non-Medicaid litigation, appeals, probate and other post-death services, tax returns, Social Security claims, and expenses due third parties.