Aged care — more than a nurs­ing home Seek ex­pert ad­vice

Monthly Chronicle - - Business & Personal Finance - MARK PLASKITT

Is re­tire­ment not far off and you’re mak­ing plans for how you’ll take care of your­self or your parents as you/ they get older? When weigh­ing up your op­tions for aged care, you need to find the right bal­ance be­tween your needs and financial goals. a bit of ex­tra a help and like-minded com­pany.

High care res­i­dences: Of­fer around-thend-the­clock as­sis­tance ance with all your ur daily needs. s. They also pro­vide ad­di­tional ser­vices such as per­sonal and nurs­ing care, an op­tion well-suited to peo­ple finding ding it dif­fi­cult to o man­age on their own, or with h med­i­cal is­sues. Age care can be a c com­plex area, par­tic­u­larly when it comes to m money. Dif­fer­ent age care cen­tres of­fer dif­fer dif­fer­ent ser­vices and pay­ment str struc­tures, so it it’s im­por­tant t to get the right ad­vice.

Any ad­vice i in this p pub­li­ca­tion is of a gen­eral natu na­ture only and h has not been ta tai­lored to your per­sonal pe cir­cum­stance cir­cum­stances. Please seek per­sonal adv ad­vice prior to act­ing on this in­forma in­for­ma­tion.

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