MORRISTOWN, N.J., Aug. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- By the year 2030, researchers say the average life expectancy will exceed 90 years in some areas of the world. While longevity can be a gift and has many potential benefits, it also leaves a lot of unanswered questions about the future and carries with it a number of challenges. The Long Term Living Association (LTLA), with headquarters in Morristown, N.J., has developed a road map for seniors and their loved ones when it comes to navigating the uncharted waters of their aging and longevity issues.
The Long Term Living Association's 'Life Resource Plan' is personalized to meet each person or family's specific long term care needs, detailing what is important now and what will be important down the road. From there, the LTLA connects each individual to the proper services and then guides them to vetted professionals to help them with their needs. When it comes to evaluating caregiving, health, finances, legal issues, housing options, and more, the Life Resource Plan outlines it all in a clear, strategic way that offers simplification and relief to seniors and their loved ones.
"Things are very easy if you know exactly where to look, and the perfect questions to ask in the right order. Unfortunately, when it comes to aging and longevity issues, most people don't even know where to start, and they don't know what questions they should be asking,"said LTLA Founder and CEO Michael FitzPatrick.
The hardest part of planning anything is knowing where to start, and when it comes to the health, wealth and longevity of an individual, it is no different. Regardless of whether you are in crisis mode, or proactively planning, you can schedule a complimentary call with one of the LTLA's Care Advisors to receive answers to your questions at www.liferesourceplan.info.
Starting the conversation now will gives people guidance, direction and simplification and saves them substantial amounts of time, while alleviating the stress that long term living typical places upon a family and their loved ones. For more info, visit us at http://longtermliving.org/.
SOURCE The Long Term Living Association