A Life Care Planner (LCP) is committed to helping people with catastrophic injuries or chronic health problems. As an LCP, you’ll develop and implement plans to improve the quality of life for medically dependent people. You’ll locate and coordinate all necessary care and treatment.
RNs and qualified rehabilitation professionals are needed in this field, particularly if you have a Kaplan University LCP certificate. According to the Certified Life Care Planners association, the salary range for this profession is $80 to $150 per hour. This reflects the diversity of LCP work environments, such as government agencies, law firms, insurance companies, HMOs and independent practice.
Designed by life care planning experts, the online Life Care Planning Certificate program provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue career opportunities with attorneys, insurance companies, and managed care organizations, or in independent practice.
This program is designed for qualified rehabilitation professionals: occupational/physical therapists, rehabilitation/professional counselors, case managers, social workers, psychologists, medical doctors, chiropractors, nurse practitioners, special ed.