Ryan Quante discusses aging in place and long-term care solutions.
Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-ryan-quante-founder-of-care-income-advisors-discussing-aging-in-place/
The episode delves into the concept of aging in place and its significance in maintaining peace, self-esteem, and comfort for retirees. Aging in place refers to the ability to remain in one’s own home while receiving necessary care, particularly for individuals facing challenging diseases such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s. The episode emphasizes that aging in place is no longer limited to nursing homes, as current policies allow individuals to receive care in their own homes. This can be facilitated through home healthcare agencies or cash indemnity benefits, where individuals receive a monthly check to spend on the care they need.
The episode highlights the emotional connection and empathy that comes with aging in place, particularly in the context of nursing homes and the limitations on family visitations during events like the COVID-19 pandemic. The absence of family members in nursing home settings can significantly impact the well-being of retirees, and the episode suggests that aging in place can provide a boost to self-esteem and emotional support for both retirees and their families. It acknowledges that while there may be cases where aging in place is not feasible, it is seen as a convenient and empowering option when possible. The episode also mentions the evolving healthcare system and the importance of addressing changes and challenges in providing quality care for retirees.
Ryan and Mike discuss the ever-changing nature of the healthcare system. They emphasize that healthcare, like many other aspects of the world today, is constantly evolving. They highlight the importance of staying informed about these changes.
Ryan Quante also raises the topic of integrating technology into healthcare, particularly about dementia care and long-term care. Ryan suggests that insurance companies and care coordination services will work hand in hand with clients and their families to address the challenges of keeping up with technology. He believes there will be resources in place, such as policy features or specialized care coordination services, to help individuals navigate and utilize technology in healthcare.
Ryan also added: “I help families ensure they never have another sleepless night worrying about paying for their loved one’s care.”
About Ryan Quante
Ryan is a Certified Long Term-Care Insurance specialist and has helped clients, agents, & attorneys find viable solutions to their LTC needs. For the past 8 years, I’ve made it my mission to help as many people avoid spending down all their assets to pay for care as I can through creative planning strategies. Ryan resides in St. Charles, Missouri, and enjoys hockey, music, and his two dogs.
Learn More: https://www.careincomeadvisors.com/
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