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Are you referring to “Medical insurance claims” criteria to claim the payments from the insurance company as the healthcare provider for your parents? Thank YOU!
Am I entitled to any money over a period of time as a care giver for my parents? My parents and I had an agreement that I would be paid to take care of them.
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I am seeking information to have my parents put on medicaid, it is not to retrieve
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This is a very small amount of money that is in consideration for helping with the care of your parents. This amount would cover expenses.
The county caseworker determines a consumer's monthly spend-down amount by subtracting the monthly Medicaid income limit from an applicant's countable income. That spend-down amount is the monthly amount of medical expenses a consumer must pay before becoming eligible for Medicaid benefits.
There are three ways consumers can work with their county departments of job and family services (CDJFS) to meet the spend-down amount:
Medical expenses and bills for medically necessary services that can be counted toward the spend-down amount are:
As long as the amounts can be proven to be used for their care and expenses, you should not have any issues.
Thanks for your reply. The $150.00 a weeks was for the following:
A. To be on call day or night if they needed us. Many times we got called out at night.
B. Take dad to the store while one of us watched Mom. She could not be alone.
C. We took them to the doctors often.
D. My wife is a RN, she would check blood presure and their medicine often.
E. Help clean the apartment often.
F. Help them with any problems.
G. We would be there 9 to 18 times a week. I would say 12 hours was average. I now need to put dad in a nursing home and mom is already in a nuring home. Will they have a problem with me collecting this money.
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