Long-Term Care Links
- Consumer Information
- Financial/Legal Advisors
- Trade Associations
- Research & Policy
- Who Are You Linking To?
Connecticut Department of Social Services
Includes the Connecticut Medicaid program
Connecticut Long-Term Care Services and Supports - My Place CT
Connecticut's Insurance Guaranty Associations
"The Consumer's Safety Net" brochure (See Chapter 3 Life and Health which includes LTC insurance)
Nursing Home Comparison
Data reported to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Financial Planning Association (FPA)
Previously the International Association of Financial Planners
Connecticut Chapter of FPA
Previously the CT Chapter of International Association of Financial Planners
Connecticut Banking Department
Includes "Choosing the Right Financial Planner"
- Independent Insurance Agents of America
- America's Health Insurance Plans
- National Association for Home Care
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Alzheimer's Association
- UCONN Health Center
- National Center on Women & Aging
How to tell Who you are Linking to?
The extension at the end of each web site gives a clue as to who you are going to connect with. Below are some of the more common extensions found on web sites. However, this is not an absolute. For example, many state and local elected officials have web sites at universities (.edu), or a trade association (.org) may provide information for its members which are companies.
|.org||Trade associations, non-profit organization, etc.
(also some state government agencies)
|.com||Companies, commercial establishments, etc.
|.gov||U.S. federal government
(also a small number of state government agencies)
|.edu||Colleges and Universities
(not grammar schools or high schools)
|.state.??.us||State governments in the U.S.
(where "??" is the state abbreviation. CT for Connecticut.)
|.net||Internet networks and service providers
(SNET, AT&T, etc.)
For more information contact:
David Guttchen, Director