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Paying for Long-Term Care: Medicare Does Not Pay for it All

Tuesday 05/12/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Zoom Webinar Program

~ All are invited ~
When you are diagnosed with a chronic medical condition, not only do you need to prepare medically, you need to prepare legally. Besides having the proper estate planning documents, you need to know what legal options are available in planning and paying for long-term care. That Medicare will pay for it all is a myth. This session will focus on the limitations of Medicare and how Medicaid, long-term care insurance, and personal care contracts can be used to maximize a person’s quality of life.

Presented by
Attorney Helen Mesoloras, JD, Elder Law Attorney and Partner and
Attorney Kathryn Casey, JD, CELA, Certified Elder Law Attorney and Partner
Dutton Casey & Mesoloras, PC, Arlington Heights, Chicago, Lisle & Skokie

Two Dates to Choose From!
Tuesday, May 12
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
With Helen Mesoloras

Thursday, May 14
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
With Kathryn Casey

All are welcome! There is no fee to participate, though registration is required.

To RSVP: 847-462-0885 or Events@Elderwerks.org
After registration and prior to the program you will receive a link and meeting ID to access the Zoom webinar

This program awards 1.0 CE credit to Illinois nurses, professional counselors and social workers. Credits provided by Elderwerks


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