Long term care

Plan now to help protect your savings and maintain your independence. According to the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association, more than 70% of people over age 65 will ultimately require some long term care. So if you’ll be 65-plus within 20 years, the time to start planning is now.

Which is best for you?

We compared our critical illness and long term care insurance plans to help you understand the similarities and differences.

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Part of a solid financial strategy

If you become physically or cognitively dependent as a result of an accident, illness, or aging, daily care will become a necessity. Statistics show that over half of women and a third of men aged 65 and over will ultimately reside in a nursing home – though not by choice – largely due to the cost of home care.

With reduced government coverage for public programs, monthly expenses could be in the thousands.

Long term care insurance may be the logical solution. It offers a tax-free income benefit if aging, illness, accident or diminished mental function lead to a loss of your independence.

Tax-free monthly income benefits

If physically or cognitively dependent

Receive care WHERE you want

In a facility or your own home


Buy coverage that will protect you for life

Apply early and save more

Lower rates if you’re under age 65

Our program partners MyDignity have offered long term care insurance for almost 40 years. Through their multi-company approach, they will determine your benefit and coverage needs, then shop the market for the best value and solution, tailored to your circumstances.

It’s time you took control of your care for the long term.


Speak with a long term care insurance professional

Whether you’d like a no-obligation quotation or more information, call today. Our program partners MyDignity will answer your questions, explain your options and help select the coverage that's right for your needs and budget: 1.877.851.4520.

Insurance policies administered by MyDignity Inc.

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