Long Term Care Pop Quiz

Objective: Answer at least 6 questions correctly!

NOTE: If your computer fails to activate this automated test, merely get a pen or pencil and a piece of paper and write down your answers to the following 10 questions. Each question is worth 1 point. The correct answers are at the bottom of this page. So, when you are done, see the answers and compute a score for yourself.


1. Most long-term care is provided in a nursing home.

True
False

2. Nearly 40% of the long-term care population is under the age of 65.

True
False

3. Medicare covers the majority of Californians long-term care costs.

True
False

4. Most long-term care is provided by family and friends.

True
False

5. Changes in the tax code now allow taxpayers to deduct some of the costs of long-term care insurance.

True
False

6. The average lifetime length of stay in a nursing home is about one year.

True
False

7. Health plans typically cover most long-term care services.

True
False

8. A one year stay in a nursing home in 2009 costs about $80,300.

True
False

9. People have to spend almost all of their assets to qualify for Medi-Cal benefits.

True
False

10. Disability insurance covers most long-term care costs.

True
False

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Test/Quiz Answers

1. False                       6. False

2. True                        7. False

3. False                       8. True

4. True                         9. True

5. True                       10. False

 

Each correct answer is worth 1 point.

9 - 10 Points. Excellent knowledge

8 Points. Good knowledge

6 - 7 Points. Average knowledge

5 Points or less. Poor knowledge.

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