7 in 10 of us will need long-term care
Most of us will need help to live independently at some point in our lives. For some, this will be temporary after an accident or illness. For others, the need will strike late in life. In both cases, this is known as long-term care. Learn more about what long-term care is and how to plan for it.
KD is grateful to have her mother-in-law living in her home but says care-related expenses can take a toll.
At 30, Dani experienced a complication during a routine medical procedure that left her with a spinal cord injury.
Sisters Sun-Hee and Yunhee stepped back from their nursing careers to provide daily care for their mom.
How WA Cares Can Help
WA Cares Fund gives you flexibility to choose whatever combination of covered services and supports best meets your care needs. Most people will choose benefits that enable them to remain in their own home. Learn more about benefit coverage.