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List of Insurance Companies Marketing Long-Term Care Policies, Tax Qualified Policies, and Long-Term Care Partnership Policies in Virginia


Facts About Long-Term Care Insurance in Virginia

Senior Resources

A Community-Based Continuing Care (CBCC) is a program that provides a range of services in the individual's private residence as long as medically feasible and the provision of facility-based long-term care services when required, either directly or indirectly through affiliated services or through contractual arrangements. Residents sign an agreement with the community-based continuing care provider and pay an entrance fee.

A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) is a facility that provides board, lodging and nursing services to individuals. Residents sign an agreement with the continuing care provider and pay an entrance fee. If you have questions or are experiencing a problem with a provider, we are here to help. Open the complaint form below for more information on how to contact us. 

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Family Leave Coverage Guidance Document
Medicare Supplement Guidance
Variability Guidance Document
Wellness Benefits in Excepted Benefit Policies Guidance

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Long Term Care Insurance Rate Request Summary Part 1 - GEFA-132466778-RRS2

Compensation & Benefits

Group Life Insurance/Optional Life Insurance

Basic Group Life Insurance becomes effective on your first day of employment at no cost to the employee. The insurance provides natural death, accidental death, and dismemberment coverage. Coverage is the equivalent of two times the employee's annual salary for natural death, and four times the employee's annual salary for accidental death.

You may choose to supplement your Basic benefits by adding Optional Life Insurance coverage for yourself, your spouse, and/or your children. You are responsible for paying the premiums through payroll deductions.

CCRC Guide

CCRC Consumer Guide
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