At some point, most people need some type of elder care. Whether you need home health, assisted living or skilled nursing care, it can cost thousands of dollars each month. Elder Care Direction can help you to reduce some of those expenses so that you can get the care that you need without suffering financial devastation.
If your income is low enough, and you do not have substantial assets, Medicaid may be available to pay for your long-term care. Under federal law, state Medicaid programs are required to pay for nursing home care for people who meet the eligibility guidelines.
Elder Care Direction can assist you with Medicaid planning to make certain that your long-term care will be paid by the state instead of by depleting your estate.