Medicaid Eligibility for Caregivers and Older Adults

For many New Yorkers over 60 facing financial uncertainty, Medicaid can come to the rescue. If your care receiver breaks a hip or has a stroke and now the family needs to apply for Medicaid for that person’s long-term care needs, what is the next step? Finding the necessary documents that Medicaid requires– such as marriage certificates, photo identification, proof of Social Security, tax returns, copies of financial statements–can create roadblocks. Daniel Timins, Esq., will explain what you can do now to prepare to apply for Medicaid to protect the future.

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