As with many things over time, the costs of long-term care (LTC) continue to climb. According to a study released today by John Hancock Financial, LTC costs have continued to rise, but not as much as other goods and services.
The 2011 Cost of Care study, conducted by Waltham, Mass.-based LifePlans Inc., surveyed more than 11,000 providers, including nursing homes, assisted living facilities and home health care agencies, in key cities across the country.
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