Ms. Salerno's personal philosophy, and a key to her success, is that a high quality, comprehensive Life Care Plan does not have to "break the payer's bank." A Life Care Plan (LCP) is a valuable asset for attorneys, trustees, claims professionals, clients and families, as it documents the specific needs and lifetime costs for an individual–adult or child-who has a congenital or acquired illness or catastrophic injury that is expected to result in special needs and significant costs throughout the individual’s lifetime. A LCP is the systematic process of developing a "road map" of the care, goods, and services an individual will need to ensure optimal health, safety and life satisfaction and to restore the person’s previous life activities to their maximum potential. While most LCPs are developed for people who have suffered a traumatic injury, LCPs are increasingly used for older adults with chronic conditions to anticipate their health and financial needs in later years.
Who Needs a Life Care Plan?
Children and adults who have suffered personal injuries such as:
Spinal Cord Injuries
Failure to Diagnose
PTSD / Combat-related Chronic Psychiatric Illness
Chronic Pain Syndrome
Multiple System Trauma
Need for lifelong implantable devices
Nursing Home Negligence
Clients with chronic illnesses and injuries such as:
Seniors with chronic illness or dementia
Neuromuscular Diseases (Huntington's Chorea, ALS)
HIV or AIDS
M. Salerno Life Care Plan Experts & Legal Support Services 865-681-0702