By Tracey A. L. Ingle, Esq.
Don't go it alone. Understand the basics of MassHealth and Medicaid before spending all your money.
Your spouse at home does not have to be left broke and homeless. Even if you're widowed or single, you don't have to spend everything. You have options no matter where you are in the application process: years ahead or in the moment.
Our Guide will tell you what others won't. Learn ways to legally plan ahead, or salvage what's left even if you've already started spending down.
WHAT THIS BOOK HAS TO OFFER
Nuts and Bolts Guide to Masshealth contains everything you could want to know about long-term care MassHealth eligibility, legally planning ahead or options during an emergency.
Long-term care is a huge "purchase." Medicaid is a patchwork quilt of programs. This Nuts and Bolts Guide will teach you the basic eligibility rules, planning opportunities, and salvaging techniques.
AFFORD ASSISTED LIVING
Many assisted living communities participate in Medicaid... for their long-term residents. Knowing this ahead of time can help you rest easy that assisted living can be a long-term solution.
GET CARE AT HOME
There are benefits available to help pay for care at home. They're easier to qualify for than you might think. They won't pay for everything, but they could make staying home possible.
NURSING HOME CARE
If you need nursing home care, Medicaid will pay sooner than you think. You'll be allowed to spend your assets on you, resulting in a much better quality of life without being a burden on your family.
A Word From The Author
“I love my clients, and I'm passionate about making sure they get what they are entitled to. It breaks my heart when someone comes to me having taken years to spend everything, leaving the family in a precarious position, and wanting to apply for Medicaid. If only they'd sought out my advice years, or even months before. I want to make sure you know all your options. Think of this book as a second opinion, giving you the benefit of my love and passion for this work. That’s what this book is about.”
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