skip to Main Content

Eligibility for Medicaid for Nursing Home Care

You may need to rethink your perception that Medicaid planning only entails meeting strict income and asset limits. You will also need to demonstrate you need the level of care typically provided in a nursing home setting. These health eligibility…

Read more

Understaffed Nursing Homes Plague the System

Nursing homes are required by law to employ qualified licensed nursing staff and maintain certain government standards of care. According to McKnight’s.com, fully three-quarters of nursing homes seldom meet the federally registered nurse (RN) staffing level guidelines. In particular, on…

Read more

Home and Community Long-Term Care Options

According to Forbes.com, about half of all long-term care insurance claims are from policyholders living with dementia. The federally run program Medicaid is the primary financing mechanism of LTC where most of the monies are spent on institutional care settings…

Read more

The Many Options for Long-Term Care

Long-term care is comprised of a variety of services that meet medical and non-medical requirements for people who cannot care for themselves for long periods of time. It is a highly individualized care system that can be formally or informally…

Read more

Divorce and How It Affects Medicaid

Every so often, marriage comes later in life as it did for Wanda and Harry. This was their second marriage, and both had children from the prior marriages. The couple wanted their children to inherit from their respective parents, so…

Read more

Caregiving for Alzheimer’s

This past year, in 2020, a significant portion of the American baby boomer generation has reached the age of 65 or older, which increases their risk for Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia diseases. By the year 2030, the 65…

Read more
Back To Top