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Disability, Special Needs, and Senior Medicaid Qualifications

Medicaid is an important federal-state partnership program offering health care and long-term care to seniors and people with disabilities. Qualifications for Medicaid vary by state, with overarching federal guidelines. The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), a nonprofit organization focusing on national…

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An Overview of Long-Term Care and the FLTCIP

FLTCIP may be of interest to federal employees, postal workers, and active or retired members of the armed forces. First, the basics of long-term care: it isn’t professional medical care, it isn’t seeking recovery or a cure. It includes home…

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Guardianship of an Elderly Parent

Most often, guardianship is associated with an adult caring for a minor child. However, you can employ the process to obtain legal rights over elderly or aging adults, usually, parents, who are losing their physical and mental health capacities. While the…

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A New Form of Fraud Is Genetic Testing Scams

In a recent alert, the Office of Inspector General of the US Department of Health and Human Services issued a warning about a scam involving genetic testing. The warning is for Medicare beneficiaries across the nation, and the federal government…

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