Long-term care (LTC) refers to a variety of services designed to help people perform the functions of day-to-day living to help them remain independent. Some long-term care is aimed at providing help with day-to-day activities for people with a chronic illness or a cognitive impairment, such as dementia. Other long-term care services may be rehabilitative, helping someone regain function after a serious injury.

Long Term Care can be recieved at a number of locations, including:

  • Your own home
  • An Assisted Living Community
  • An Adult Day Care Facility
  • A Hospice Facility
  • A Continuing Care Retirement Center (CCRC)
  • A Nursing Home