Does Medicaid pay for Long-Term Care?

Does Medicaid pay for Long-Term Care?

The short answer to this questions is yes, Medicaid will pay for long-term care services. Medicaid covered at least 6 in 10 people in nursing homes in 2014. While they will pay for it, it is not the best option for everyone, and everyone will not qualify, due to...
Does Medicare Pay for Long-Term Care?

Does Medicare Pay for Long-Term Care?

“Medicare does not pay for long-term care, so you may want to consider options for private insurance.”  This is stated on every person’s Social Security Earnings Report (as seen in the photo), yet many people still have not planned how they will cover this cost....
How Do I Pay for Long-Term Care?

How Do I Pay for Long-Term Care?

Seventy percent of Americans that are 65 or older are expected to need long-term care services at some point in their life, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Unfortunately, when people need care, they are not prepared, especially for the...
What is Long-Term Care?

What is Long-Term Care?

Long-term care has evolved a lot over the course of the last few decades in the United States, but it is still a mystery to many. On a basic level, long-term care is a variety of services that help  people live as safely and independently as they can when they are...
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