Category Archives: Why I did it
Hear from folks like you who have made the decision to take charge of their future and protect what they’ve earned.
“I appreciate Gail’s time and patience to provide LTC insurance that I know I will need in case of declining health issues.”
“My husband and I have no children and we did not want to be a burden to others in our wonderful, loving family. Thank you, Gail.”
“My husband and I have been thinking of long term care options for a while. We wish to leave a good thing for our grandson and this is one of the insurances that we did not have. But I feel it is of most importance.
P.S., Gail is great!!”
“Wasn’t sure I was ready to take this step — but after the presentation, I felt comfortable with the decision and feel the protection and security it will provide will be well worth the investment.”
“I chose long term health care to insure my quality of life in the years to come.”
“Long Term Care insurance has long been a subject of discussion and it is now completed. Having done this gives us a sense of security for the future.”
“I feel great relief from my decision to buy long term care insurance. Gail was fun and serious at the same time. This has taken a burden off my shoulders.”
Shelly White, OT-R
“I wanted long term care so my daughter would not struggle if I needed extra care.”
“We have been considering long term care insurance off and on for the past 4 years. We understand the importance of the coverage but never got around to it. Your command of the facts and knowledge of the programs was important to our decision. Now we feel more secure and less anxious about being a burden to our children” April, 2010
“Having LTC insurance will give me peace of mind about the future. Thank you, Gail, for your thorough presentation.”
“As the mother of a single child, I want to relieve him from the responsibility and concern of daily caregiving. I am confident this decision will allow us both a more independent future.” Lonna Williams
“A long term care policy was important to me for peace of mind and taking the burden off my daughter, should something happen to me or my husband. I am also going through trials with my mother, who is 91 years old and recovering from a broken hip. She also has dementia. I feel it’s so important to be ahead of the game so that retirement can be a good time without the worry of going broke from an unexpected illness or injury.”