Connecticut Elder Law Attorney
Nursing Home Care Funding
Allaire Elder Law
Nursing Home Funding For Connecticut Residents
Finding nursing home funding for yourself or your loved one requires careful, dedicated planning. Luckily, the experienced attorney at Allaire Elder Law can help. We help our clients unearth a number of options for nursing home funding, including the following resources:
- If you are a veteran who served during wartime, you may qualify for over $2,000 in monthly Aid and Attendance benefits for nursing home funding. In Connecticut, spouses of deceased veterans may also qualify for similar monthly benefits.
- Our nursing home lawyer knows how difficult it is to qualify for Medicaid, which has very strict income and asset limits. However, this doesn’t mean that you will need to spend every last penny you have in order to receive nursing home funding. We can help establish trusts, create a life care plan, or reallocate assets in order to help you qualify for the funding you need.
- The Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders provides a wide range of home health care services, including case management, transportation, day care and delivered meals for elderly residents 65 or older. This program draws funding from Medicaid and other state sources. In order to qualify for this Medicaid-funded waiver, you must meet strict income requirements and restrictions on assets. With proper planning from our nursing home attorneys, you may be able to qualify for this program.
We Can Help!
Our attorneys know that an elderly person may suddenly require immediate nursing home care. We work quickly and efficiently to help you find the nursing home funding that you need, improving your quality of life as well as your emotional well-being. At Allaire Elder Law, we help our clients find innovative ways to qualify for nursing home funding.
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