Leni Webber, CLTC
ACSIA Partners LLC

53 Million Baby Boomers May Soon Need Long-Term Care, Says Newtonville-Based Professional Lenore Webber

"We're here to help them plan for it."

AgentNewtonville, MA March 22, 2018 -- America's Baby Boomers, 76 million strong, are now entering their retirement years, and about 70% of them will require long-term care, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. "Most aren't ready for this," says Lenore Webber of ACSIA Partners LLC, "but we're here to help."

ACSIA Partners LLC is one of the nation’s largest long-term care (LTC) insurance agencies; and Webber represents the company in CA, CT, DC, FL, MA, MD, MI, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, TX, VA, VT, WY.

Baby Boomers are those born in the United States from 1946 to 1964. They're now between 54 and 72 years old. "That's the stage when senior disabilities start to kick in," Webber says. "Millions are entering this danger zone, unprotected, every year."

"The problem is," Webber continues, "most Americans are ill-prepared to pay for long-term care, which is generally not covered by regular health insurance or Medicare."

"We're facing a senior health tsunami," Webber continues. "Think of it, 53 million who will soon need help with tasks of daily living such as eating, toileting, and moving around. They need help planning for it."

Webber's company offers easy access to a wide variety of financial planning help:

The company's assistance also includes special options for employee and association groups.

The advisory process couldn't be simpler. “There’s no need for extensive reading, Internet searching, or in-person meetings,” says Webber. “It starts with just a brief consultation on the phone or the Internet with one of our agents who specialize in the various LTC solutions products.”

The professional learns more about a person’s health, assets, family situation, and objectives. Then the professional lays out customized solutions that fit the individual’s circumstances. When appropriate, the professional does additional research, consults other experts, and gets back to the client. “We think people will quickly gain confidence in our professionals’ knowledge, impartiality, and personal concern,” says Webber.

Early access to insurance is advisable, since younger, healthier people command lower rates, Webber points out, since younger, healthier people command lower rates; and once disabilities surface, the person may no longer be able to buy a policy.

Information is available from Webber at leni.webber@acsiapartners.com, http://LeniWebber.acsiapartners.com or 617-686-0764.

Leni Webber, CLTC is a leading long-term care agent serving consumers and organizations in CA, CT, DC, FL, MA, MD, MI, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, TX, VA, VT, WY, with colleagues covering all other parts of the country.

In California the company is known as xACSIA Partners Insurance Agency; in other states, as ACSIA Partners.

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