Colorado Long Term Care Insurance
Colorado residents have various options available when shopping for affordable Colorado long term care insurance quotes from top-rated Colorado long term care insurance companies. And Long-Term-Care-Insurance-Planners.com can help.
Our convenient insurance quote request form helps you review and compare plans from LTCI companies serving Colorado consumers. You can also compare Colorado long term care insurance companies by checking the insurance ratings with Standard and Poors or Moody’s online. We will also provide you with insurance company ratings when you request and receive Colorado long term care insurance quotes.
We’re dedicated to helping individuals in Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Boulder, Fort Collins, Lakewood, Pueblo, Grand Junction and every where else in Colorado find the right TLC insurance plan for their needs and budget.
Like other states, Colorado has a state insurance department that regulates the state insurance industry. But this department also assists consumers, especially with complaints about Colorado insurance agents — including Colorado long term care insurance companies and agents.
This state office also provides tips on buying long term care insurance in Colorado, as well as research companies and individuals providing LTC insurance in the state.
Consumers may also conduct searches for licensed insurance companies and agent licenses, read consumer guides to long term care insurance, read consumer alerts, and find directions for filing a complaint against an insurance company.
Colorado also provides resources and help for its senior citizens. For more information, contact the…
Colorado Department of Social Services
110 16th Street., #200
Denver, CO 80202-5202
Average Cost of Care for Colorado Long Term Care Nursing Homes, Colorado Home Health Care, & Colorado Assisted Living Facilities
|The table below shows the average Colorado long term care costs in three different types of long term care facilities: home health care, assisted living facilities and Colorado nursing home facilities. People usually use more than one form
of long term care. Actual costs for future years will be substantially higher due to inflation. Be sure you understand how an inflation protection option can help your Colorado long term care insurance benefits keep pace with the rate of inflation.
(*The California Home Health Care costs have been computed using the defaults of 5 hours per visit and 5 visits per week depicting a typical scenario.)