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NuMark CU to Host Free Seminar About Long-term Care

ILLINOIS - Long-term care consists of services provided to patients that can aid and assist with completing daily personal tasks.  Aging is a part of life. There are challenges, but it can be a fulfilling time. The fact of the matter is that about 70% of people over the age of 65 will need long-term care.

How can those in need of daily assistance get it? Who is eligible for long-term care? How can it be paid for? Long-term Care is normally sought out when there is a noticeable change in ability or after an accident, but is it too late then?  

Pat Maude, Long-term Care Advisor for Pilot Insurance states, “The reason that many people don’t plan for home care and long-term care is that they are not aware of the problem. If their parents did not need care, they don’t realize the emotional burden that it can put on their kids. They usually don’t find about it until they are in need, and then it is too late.”

If you would like to learn more, come to NuMark Credit Union’s free seminar about long-term care. Learn about when to start looking into care options, best practices for attaining long-term care goals, and common myths and misconceptions. Our experts will discuss your available options, so you can consider what is best for your situation. The seminar will take place on Saturday, October 12th from 12:00pm - 2:00pm at the New Lenox Library, located at 120 Veterans Parkway.

Participants need not be a NuMark Credit Union members to take advantage of this FREE Seminar. Seating is limited, so interested participants should register in advance. Call NuMark Credit Union at 815-729-3211 to reserve seats. Participants can also register online at numarkcu.org.  Reserve your seat today!

NuMark Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative. Serving those who live or work in Northeastern Illinois and Northwest Indiana. They have offices in Joliet, Crest Hill, Countryside, Tinley Park and New Lenox. They have been serving members for over 60 years. See NuMark Credit Union for auto loans, mortgages, checking accounts, business services and more. For more information call (815) 729-3211 or visit numarkcu.org.


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