Aging in Place

Aging in Place

Defined by the Centers for Disease Control as the ability to live in one's own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level, aging in place is the preference for 90 percent of adults over the age of 651. To better allow you to age in place, home modifications can be done, and in-home caregivers can assist with daily activities and chores. To help accommodate the costs associated with aging in place, the AG Asset Protector® Living Benefits Rider Package offers multiple benefit payment options and control over how money is spent.
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”A Report to the National Livable Communities: Creating Environments for Successful Aging"
Prosperity through Recovery

Prosperity Through Recovery

Peter, a former trial lawyer, was unable to work after being diagnosed with thyroid cancer at 45 years old. Unfortunately Peter’s story is not unusual, as 90 percent of long-term disabilities are due to illness1. Because Peter was protected by disability insurance, his family was able to maintain their lifestyle while he focused on his recovery. Learn more about our optional Disability Income Rider that pays a monthly benefit to the primary insured if they are unable to work due to a covered illness or injury2.
1Council for Disability Awareness, Long-Term Disability Claims Review, 2014
2Not offered by The United States Life Insurance Company in the City of New York (US Life)



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