Office of Human Resources
Long-Term Care (LTC)
What is Long-Term Care Insurance?
Long-term care insurance pays for home health care, assisted living and nursing home care to help people with the functions of day-to-day living like bathing, dressing, transferring and eating. Also covered are services related to rehabilitation, chronic illness and cognitive impairment.
Legacy Services Long-Term Care Insurance Employee Seminar Booklet
An independent agency that represents multiple carriers with high financial ratings. They have specialized in long-term care insurance since 1999 and work with universities, hospitals, and Fortune 1000 corporations across the country. This independent agency's mission is to educate people on the importance of long-term care insurance and to help them get the best value for their money when buying this coverage. Legacy offers one-on-one phone consultations to answer your personal questions regarding long-term care insurance. They can also provide competitive comparisons for other LTC polices and different pricing options.
Eligibility: All benefit eligible and non-benefit eligible faculty and staff may apply for LTC. In addition, family members of faculty and staff are eligible to apply. All applicants must complete a Statement of Health and be approved by the insurance carrier before a policy will be issued.
One-on-One Consultations: No obligation phone consultations with a Legacy representative are available by appointment weekdays, weeknights and Saturday mornings. Contact information: 1-800-230-3398 ext. 101
For More Information
To schedule a consultation or request a Long-Term Care Insurance Employee Seminar booklet, contact Legacy at 800-230-3398 ext. 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information and a list of frequently asked questions, go to www.servilink1.net/legacyltc.