have lived


"We can help you if you are

a) 70 years old

a) Have lived in a care home for 3 months or more…"

What does “have lived” mean here"?
Does it mean you have been living
You lived in the past. And you don’t live now?
Many thanks for your kind help again.

In this context it would normally be understood to mean “three months or more, up to and including now”. Theoretically it could also include “three months or more in the past, but not any more”, but that interpetation seems unlikely.

We might assume “70 years old” means “At least 70 years old”, but in my opinion it would be clearer to say so.

Dear Dozy,
I really appreciate your help.
Best regards.