If your loved one is paying out-of-pocket for long-term care or is headed to a nursing home soon, you need to see what’s in our Guidebook.
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Before you hire an attorney or sign any forms, please review this free information on the Medicaid Application Process and How to Pay for a Long-Term Nursing Home Stay.
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Our typical guest is looking to find help with the issues of an aging parent or spouse – often in a crisis situation. When health declines to the point where a senior needs substantial help to perform daily tasks, a family has to work together to formulate a plan. Sometimes the plan involves just family members, sometimes it also includes professional home caregivers, and sometimes it requires facility care.
Whether the reason for the decline is due to Alzheimer’s or another dementia, stroke or a serious physical condition, a family has many questions and concerns on how to find and pay for the right care. Hopefully we can point you in the right direction!
We have several free resources available for immediate download:
1. Via the “Books” Tab, we have four guides available. Although we have chosen to offer them free of charge, please don’t equate the cost with the value! Our attorneys have written each of these and have poured a lot of research – and our 30 year’s experience – into each of them. If you need help, this is the place to start.
This guidebook offers information on the Medicaid application process and how to pay for long-term care – before you hire an attorney or sign any forms – and may help you determine how much your family can save through some basic planning, even at the last minute!
When the diagnosis is Alzheimer’s, everything changes. If you are the caregiver, you need help, support and information to equip you to make some good decisions for your family. This Guide is a place to start.
When a loved one is going to a nursing home, Medicare may pay for a few days (100 or less), then you pay out of pocket (usually WAY too much), then Medicaid pays for the long-haul. However two things you should know (1) Medicaid is not automatic. You’ve got to apply for it and qualify for assistance; (2) You don’t have to spend down everything you’ve got to qualify for Medicaid. In many cases you can protect your home and save a substantial amount of money and other assets with proper planning.
This book will help you better understand the process and equip you to make the best decisions possible for your loved one.
No matter the reason, moving a loved one into a nursing home or other long-term care facility isn’t easy. Those involved are typically under great stress. This book is designed to provide you with answers to a number of questions such as: (1) What questions should I ask at the nursing home or assisted living facility? (2) What things about the facility or staff are “deal breakers”? (If you see them, RUN!) and (3) What is the appropriate level of care for my loved one?
2. Additionally, we have published several Free Reports, which are available on the Practice Areas tab at the top of this web-page. Just select the Practice Area with which you need assistance, fill in the request form and the report will be downloaded to your Inbox immediately.
3. At the top, under the Newsletter tab, you may sign up for our free electronic Newsletter. Again, please don’t discount the value of this newsletter just because it’s free. Every month, we provide great articles of interest to our readers. We also send periodic updates to our newsletter subscribers as changes in the law and situations warrant. I encourage you to not only sign up for this, but ask your family and friends, who may be going through the same struggles with a family member, to also sign up.
Please also feel free to explore our blog posts where you will have access to our articles and frequent updates on Elder Law and Estate Planning related issues. If you are ready to schedule a meeting, just click the green “I Need to Meet NOW” button below. After completing the questionnaire and clicking “Submit”, a member of our staff will contact you to set an office appointment.
We hope that you discover a lot of useful information on this website. You will probably have many of your questions answered and will discover that you have many more as a result of your research. When the time is right, please give us a call. We look forward to meeting you and your family!
Douglas R. Jones
Cynthia Orlicek Jones
Attorneys at Law
About the Authors, Douglas R. Jones & Cynthia Orlicek Jones, J.D.
In addition to owning and managing a busy elder law practice, Doug & Cindy have both served as caregivers and advocates for their aging parents. This life experience, combined with the professional experience gained as a result of working with hundreds of families who are providing care and support for their loved ones, has given Doug & Cindy a unique ability to help clients sort through the “clutter and chaos” of caring for a loved one. To schedule a meeting with Douglas R. Jones or Cynthia Orlicek Jones, call us at (501) 843-9014 or click the green button on this page.