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Long-term care insurance costs can be daunting. Explore the benefits of investing in Longwood at Home, western Pennsylvania’s only Continuing Care At Home Program.
What is Longwood at Home?
Longwood at Home is a Continuing Care at Home program. An alternative to buying long-term care insurance, we provide the care and financial benefits of a Continuing Care Retirement Community for individuals over 60 years of age who prefer to remain in their own homes. Longwood at Home, a not-for-profit program of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Insurance.Close
Who is eligible to enroll in Longwood at Home?
You are eligible to apply for membership in Longwood at Home if you are a healthy person, age 60 or older, and live in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland Counties, PA.Close
How does a Longwood at Home membership protect my assets?
As a member of Longwood at Home, you have a low, fixed monthly payment, regardless of the type or duration of care you utilize as your needs change. You can preserve your assets for other important reasons.Close
How does the fee structure work?
Based on your age at time of enrollment and the program option you select, Longwood at Home membership consists of a one-time membership fee and monthly fees throughout your membership.Close
What are the cost benefits of Longwood at Home?
The investment you make in Longwood at Home is a fraction of the cost of long-term care services if you were to pay separately for all of the services included in the program. Longwood at Home membership consists of a one-time membership fee based on your age at time of enrollment and monthly fees throughout your membership. A benefit of investing in Longwood at Home is securing your peace of mind.Close
Are membership fees and monthly fees tax deductible?
A portion of the fees is deductible since it is attributable toward medical expenses. We encourage you to consult your personal tax advisor regarding financial and tax matters.Close
When is the best time to join Longwood at Home?