Q. Should I complete a Medicaid application for my Mother on my own? A. It depends. • How organized and knowledgeable are you of Mom’s financial situation for the past five years? • How old is your Mother and are you seeking community long term care (care in the applicant’s home) or nursing home care? • Would you consider...Read more
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