Aging is an inevitable phenomenon of human society. While aging, every person has to face problems resulting from the needs for care. Therefore, it has become a crucial task of the modern society to work out appropriate measures for taking good care of the elders which will lead an aging life to its dignified end. This article will investigate the current operation of care organizations for elders and examine the contents and problems of longterm care contracts in Taiwan. Based on the research findings, solutions are recommended to develop a model contract for long-term care, to realize the evaluations on the care organizations by concerned authorities, to equalize the interests between the care consumers and the organizations, to balance the organizational responsibilities and the consumer rights for compensations, to clarify the party status and nature of the long-term care contract, and to ease the restrictions against the appointment of an organization to be the custodian of a disabled aging person.