Analyze the scenario. Mr. Aldridge recently turned 75 and has been blind for 2 years. He has trouble walking and is unable to cook for himself. His family told him that he needs to consider moving into an assisted living facility. Assuming Mr. Aldridge previously purchased a tax-qualified LTC insurance policy, is he considered chronically ill so as to trigger the benefits of the policy, and why or why not? A. No, neither sight nor cooking is considered as an activity of daily living. o B. No, sight is not considered an activity of daily living, although cooking is.
0 C. Yes, he has been unable to perform two activities of daily living for over 90 days. O D. Yes, so long as he can prove to the insurance company that he is blind and unable to cook for himself.