Long-Term Care Planning Workshop

Long-Term Care Planning Workshop

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Date(s) - August 10, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Scott-Farrar Home


Long-Term Care Planning Workshop

A FREE seminar designed to answer all your questions about Long-Term Care Coverage. Co-presented by Clark-Mortenson Insurance and Shields Brokerage.


Get ready to learn more about Long-Term Care options! In this unique workshop delivery, representatives from Clark-Mortenson Insurance and Shields Brokerage will provide an overview of long-term care and will address your questions and concerns about long-term care and augment the interactive discussion. Learn about the best time to consider LTC, what your funding options are, what’s the best type of coverage for you, and much more!

  • When should you get LTC Insurance
  • Are you caring for an aging parent and what are your options
  • How much does LTC Insurance cost
  • Do you qualify for LTC coverage
  • Traditional LTC VS. Alternative LTC
  • What does Medicare pay for
  • And much more!

The cost for this event is free. Please RSVP by emailing Suzanne.Singer@Scott-Farrar.com.

Presented by:

long-term careStacy Shill, CLTC
Individual and Group LTC Plan Specialist Individual DI
Working with insurance producers for over 25 years, Stacy’s experience is with plan and policy design, medical underwriting, as well as educating insurance professionals and consumers on long term care planning. She holds a CLTC designation and is a member of the National LTC Network, an organization dedicated to knowledge, ethics and excellence in the LTC field. She is a graduate of UVM and a mom of 2 daughters. As a new “empty nester”, she enjoys skiing, biking, and boating with her husband.


Jim HillJames T. Hill
Insurance & Business Solutions Advisor
Jim is Vice-President and specialist of Clark-Mortenson’s Group & Employee Benefits Division. Jim also acts as a Business and Compliance Advisor where he specializes in assisting businesses with the Affordable Care Act, Safety & Compliance, Employee Benefits and Human Resource issues. He has earned a Bachelors degree in Occupational Safety from Keene State College. Jim has served as a director on various local Boards including the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association (NHLRA).