Los Angeles, CA, September 25, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Millions of Americans look for home care providers for themselves or an aging parent. A special program from the national long term care insurance trade organization connects interested consumers with home care agencies and national providers.
"Our Association's website is a leading resource used by consumers who have long term care issues and many of those individuals are seeking caregivers for a family member or an aging parent," explains Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI). "Over the years, we have directed thousands of these consumers to leading national home care providers."
The Association announced availability of AALTCI's 2016 Marketing Prospectus for home care national organizations and those seeking to generate more consumer prospects. "Over the years we have been pleased to have relationships with a number of leading national organizations as we both share the goal of making sure Americans receive high quality care," Slome adds.
Contrary to most consumer perceptions, the vast majority of long term care is received in the home. "People mistakenly associate long term care insurance with nursing home care and while some car is provided in skilled care facilities, most long term care insurance claims start and also end with care in the home," Slome points out.
To receive a copy of the prospectus call Slome at 818-597-3227. Consumers interested in learning more about long term care planning can visit the organization's website at www.aaltci.org.