NewsHealth / October 27, 2020

Pandemic Highlights Need For Long-Term Care Planning

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Attorney Lisa Dillman. - Courtesy of Lisa Dillman

Attorney Lisa Dillman.

Courtesy of Lisa Dillman

Long-term care helps people unable to meet their own medical and non-medical needs, because of disability or chronic illness. With more people seeing lasting health problems after having COVID-19, more are wondering if they need to make a long-term care plan.

WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke by phone with Indiana-based Applegate & Dillman Elder Law attorney Lisa Dillman to help answer questions about long-term care planning.

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