Dealing with legal or financial needs at this time of transition can be stressful. We can connect you to professionals who will help you plan for long-term care.
Our professionals can guide you through the Medicaid application, veteran's aid and attendant's benefits so you'll know just how long your money will last. Legal professionals will help you plan your estate, draft a will or create a financial or medical power of attorney form.
For more information on recommended professionals, call or contact us today. Our referral services are always free.
Professionals who can provide education and assistance on aging in place and elder care.
Geri-Ed Services | geriedservices.com
GolderCare Solutions | www.goldercare.com
Silver Spaces | silverspaces.com/
Professionals who want to purchase or learn how to use their Apple devices.
Experimac | experimac.com
Elder Law Attorneys
Attorneys serving seniors with estate planning, disability, and Medicaid assistance.
Roller Law office | www.rollerlawoffice.com
Senior Move Managers/Downsize Specialists
Professionals who assist you through the whole moving process.
Cut the Clutter Co. | www.cuttheclutterco.com/
SOS Property Transition Service | www.sospts.com
Home Services Agency (HSAs)
Licensed as non-medical home care providers. They provide a wide range of services which may include assistance with bathing, dressing, hair care, medication reminders, sitter services, meal preparation, companion assist to appointments, shopping and taking care of the home. Services can be arranged on an hourly basis up to a 24 hour live in program depending on the client’s needs.
Services are not covered by Medicare or health insurance but are paid for privately from the client’s own funds or by some long term care insurance programs. They use their own staff and are insured with liability and workman’s comp insurance.
Home Helpers | www.homehelpershomecare.com
Home Instead | www.homeinstead.com
Family Care Solutions | www.fcsqc.com
SLF (Supportive Living Facility)
Services are the same as assisted living but this type of community accepts Medicaid. Services include personal care, homemaking, laundry, medication supervision, social activities, recreation and 24-hour staff to meet residents' scheduled and unscheduled needs. The resident is responsible for paying the cost of room and board at the facility but Medicaid will cover the care costs.
The Fort Armstrong | www.fortarmstrong.com
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