Head spinning? Plate already full? Worried about how to pay for Long Term Care?

If you have a loved one who is headed to a nursing home, or is already there and is paying for his or her care out-of-pocket – you need to see what’s in “The Workbook for the Barraged Boomers Guide to Nursing Home Crisis Planning!” This FREE DOWNLOAD is available via our homepage on this site. (Just click the “HOME” tab above.)

Most family members faced with the dilemma of paying for nursing home care already have a “full plate” – spouses, children, jobs…more things to do than can be done. Then Mom or Dad has a stroke or heart attack or receives a diagnosis of a progressive dementia such as Alzheimer’s, and needs to be placed in a skilled nursing facility as soon as possible. What now?

Complete the exercises in this workbook to discover ways to help your loved one pay for Long Term Care expenses. Contents include:

  • Planning…when it’s too late to plan.
  • The “Frank and Martha” example and summary – How a typical couple qualifies for Medicaid Long Term Care assistance while protecting assets from “spend-down.”
  • A table for YOU to calculate when your loved one could qualify for Medicaid assistance.

 

Even if your parents discussed doing some type of planning for years, but never got around to it, you, as the adult child, can make some kind of plan to at least partially honor their wishes. Even at the last minute (yes, even if your parent is already in the nursing home), you can often protect some assets from spend-down through Long Term Care crisis planning.

FREE 30 Minute Consultation: 

Some of you reading this will need assistance now. If you live in Arkansas, we offer a free 30-minute consultation to anyone who has read and completed the exercises in the workbook. We are located at 200 N. Jackson, Cabot, AR 72023 and can be reached at 501-843-9014. Contact Doug via email at doug@arkelderlaw.com.

And, once you’ve downloaded our FREE WORKBOOK, you’ll be presented with an additional option:

Order your FREE CD:

Recently Cindy and I were interviewed on the John Melley Radio Show (WBMX in Boston). If you would like to receive a FREE copy of that audio CD on additional steps everyone should take to protect assets for themselves and their families, simply enter your contact information in the form presented and we’ll mail it to you, along with a complimentary Consumer’s Guide to Alzheimer’s Care. 

The information provided on this blog is intended as general information only for a broad audience. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be acted upon as such. If any reader has questions or concerns about any matter mentioned herein, he/she should contact an Elder Law Attorney or other appropriate professional. If any reader has questions or suggestions about a future topic area that he/she would like to see discussed, please contact the author at doug@arkelderlaw.com.