Medicaid is an important source for support of long-term care expenses. However, the Medicaid Application and Medicaid Eligibility is confusing. It is important to understand your situation and how rules apply to you.
In Elder Law Planning, it is important to do the preventative maintenance. A good Elder Law plan puts the documentation, including proper Power in Attorneys in place, before the break-down occurs, which could result in an incapacity that no longer allows preventative planning.
ADLs quantify an individual’s ability to accomplish necessary daily tasks on one’s own or if assistance is required. When considering Elder Law Planning, ADLs play an essential role in a whether a person can be in a nursing home care, meets Medicaid eligibility, or to needs a long-term care insurance policy activated, .