CNA does provide coverage for long-term in-home care. Long-term care can cover a variety of services and can vary for each patient, states the CNA website. The reasons that someone might need this type of care can be anything from an accident to an illness.
CNA specializes in long-term care insurance and most of the people using its services are working adults under the age of 65, according to the CNA website. This type of care in a facility or at home can be expensive, running up over $50,000 a year. The insurance that CNA provides helps offset that cost and covers a number of the services that might not be covered on plans that don't offer long-term care.