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3in4 Association Announces Strategic Partnership with Care Options OnLine (COOL) with Resources for Long-Term Care Planning and Wellness

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KIRKLAND, Wash., June 26, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today the non-profit 3in4 Association announces a partnership with CareOptions Online(TM) (COOL(TM)), a web-based service promoting wellness and offering quick, easy access to healthcare services for entire families. The main focus is on mature adults and seniors, but the health and fitness advice applies to children and young adults as well. So do the referral services for medical care, childcare, and other resources important for family health and well-being.

Texas Partnership and 3in4 Association Team Up to Showcase Long-Term Care Planning

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KIRKLAND, Wash., June 21, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Texas Long-Term Care Partnership and the 3in4 Association are joining forces to host a series of free seminars in July to encourage people to think about how they’re going to pay for their long-term care.

Long-Term Care Awareness Campaign ‘3 in 4 Need More’ Gains Additional Support and New Board Members

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KIRKLAND, Wash., Dec. 1, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In November the 3in4 Association added seven new members to its advisory board, and received increased support from two insurance carriers: John Hancock, an existing member of the organization, and Genworth, which provided sponsorship of a meaningful consumer study. ‘We’re gaining momentum,’ says Mark Goldberg, Treasurer of the association that runs the ‘3 in 4 Need More’ campaign.

Consumers Remain in Denial about Planning for Long-Term Care According to New Study

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KIRKLAND, Wash., Nov. 8, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The majority of adults believe that long-term care insurance should be purchased between the ages of 45-64, yet 82 percent of this age group have not purchased a policy, finds a new study from the 3in4 Association. The study, sponsored by Genworth Financial, also shows that since the 2008 financial crisis, only 20 percent of adults have taken any action on their financial strategy and almost half of respondents do not expect to add anything to their plan in the next two years.

Long-term Care Advocate Dr. Marion Finds Common Ground with the Dalai Lama and Tibet’s Prime Minister in Exile

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On Friday, July 15, universal principles of eldercare were affirmed by exiled Tibetan leaders and Dr. Marion Somers, the pre-eminent U.S. advocate for better long-term care. Dr. Marion was in Washington, D.C., representing the 3in4 Association on a national tour.

‘3 in 4 Need More’ Campaign Makes Splash in Vegas, Highlighting Need for Long-Term Care Planning

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KIRKLAND, Wash. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On April 3 in Las Vegas, Nevada, the ‘3 in 4 Need More’ campaign – run by the 3in4 Association – made its second public appearance, following the first in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 8. This month’s appearance took place during the 2011 LTCi Producers Summit, run by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI).

At Long-Term Care Conference in Las Vegas, ‘3 in 4 Need More’ Campaign Will Make Its Second Road Show Appearance

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KIRKLAND, Wash. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On Sunday April 3 in Las Vegas, Nevada, the ‘3 in 4 Need More’ campaign will make its second public appearance, following the first in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 8. The campaign seeks to inform Americans that health insurance isn’t enough. Millions of us need more: some form of long-term care insurance or planning to cover longer-lasting illnesses and disabilities not covered by regular insurance or Medicare.

Six Long-Term Care Insurance Carriers Now Back ‘3 in 4 Need More’ Campaign

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KIRKLAND, Wash. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today the 3in4 Association, promoters of the ‘3 in 4 Need More’ campaign, announces the sponsorship of six insurance carriers: John Hancock, Mutual of Omaha, LifeSecure, MedAmerica, Prudential, and Transamerica. ‘They’re providing the support we need to start getting our message out,’ says Jonas Roeser, a member of the association’s three-member Executive Committee, which also includes Margie Barrie and Mark Goldberg.

Long-Term Care Advocate Dr. Marion Will Endorse ‘3 in 4 Need More’ Campaign at Atlanta Conference

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KIRKLAND, Wash., March 2, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On March 8 in Atlanta, the ‘3 in 4 Need More’ campaign will get a boost from Dr. Marion Somers, the long-term care planning advocate who is a frequent guest on programs such as Good Morning America, Today Show, and NBC Nightly News.

‘3 in 4’ Campaign Addresses Boomer Long-Term Care Insurance Mind Gap

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KIRKLAND, Wash. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — According to the 3in4 Association, when it comes to long-term care insurance (LTCi), there’s a big gap between what Baby Boomers (46 to 64 years old) believe and what they do. The association points to a recent survey by Mathew Greenwald & Associates showing that most Boomers highly value long-term care insurance, but that fewer than 10 in 100 have gotten around to buying it.

Long Term Care Insurance Leaders Join Forces to Launch ‘Nearly 3 in 4 Need More Campaign’

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KIRKLAND, Wash. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today the nonprofit 3in4 Association, established by thirteen long term care insurance leaders, announces the formation of an advisory board and executive committee for the ‘Nearly 3 in 4 Need More Campaign.’ The group seeks to educate the public with information to support Americans’ plans for their potential need for long term care.