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Many caregivers are facing emotional, physical and financial challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pandemic has raised concerns about long-term care planning costs and care options across age groups.

It's more important than ever that those on both sides of the long-term care equation (i.e., those giving care and those receiving it) have in-depth conversations with family members and financial professionals to ensure they're strategically planning for long-term care costs.

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Discover key themes and insights from our 2020 Nationwide Long-Term Care Consumer Survey.

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Knowing and discussing caregiving options can help reduce the stress of long-term care planning.

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Review the comprehensive results of the Nationwide Long-Term Care Consumer Survey.

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For financial professionals: View more resources to use as you help clients plan to cover long-term care costs.

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