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Long Term Care Insurance Q & As

Question 6 of 13 in Long-term Care Policy
What is a cognitive impairment?
The most common example of a cognitive impairment is Alzheimer's disease. Such impairments are characterized by the substantial supervision that a person might need to protect himself or others because of his loss of memory, orientation, or the ability to reason.