Long Term Care Insurance


Seattle Pacific University is pleased to offer you and your family the option to plan ahead with long-term care (LTC) insurance. LTC insurance is designed to pay for custodial care once you are in need of assistance with two or more Activities of Daily Living or have a cognitive impairment like dementia or Alzheimer’s. The insurance will pay for care received at home, in a nursing home or assisted living facility.  

Seattle Pacific University's Long Term Care insurance consultant, LTC Solutions, has launched a new website called Care Source Solutions.  Check out the homepage and find all caregiving resources in one place.

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  • Newly-eligible or newly-hired employees have two opportunities to purchase coverage on a guaranteed issue basis, with no medical questionnaire.
    • 30 days beginning the 1st of the month following or coinciding with date of hire
    • Next new hire open enrollment following initial 30 day window (Occurs each November)

  • All other benefit eligible employees who did not enroll during the qualifying period or would like to make changes to existing coverage may enroll at any time by completing the Benefit Election Form and the Evidence of Insurability Form (medical questionnaire).

  • Spouses and eligible family members ages 18-80 (parents, grandparents, in-laws, children and siblings) of Seattle Pacific University employees can apply with full underwriting.

Plan Overview

Benefit FeaturesAvailable Plan Options

Monthly Benefit Amount

  • Nursing Home Facility (100%)
  • Assisted Living Facility (100%)
  • Professional Home Care (100%)

$1,000 - $8,000 per month

(in $1,000 increments)

Benefit Duration3 Years, 6 Years, or Unlimited
Inflation ProtectionNone, or 5% Compound
Elimination Period90 days

WA CARES FUND- Mandatory taxes paid by employee and employer; unless the employee has an exemption letter received from Washington State AND on file with SPU Human Resources.

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Watch our animated explainer video to learn more or visit our website.