Medicaid

Originally long-term care Medicaid (which often helps pay for care at nursing homes, some assisted living facilities and care at home) was for the indigent. As we are reaching the silver tsunami, the long-term care Medicaid rules for eligibility become more important since most Americans...

Most Americans do not have adequate long-term care insurance for care at home or in a nursing home. Furthermore, most Americans would like to stay at home as long as possible before nursing home care is required. If one has inadequate income or resources or...

Effective September 1, 2021, the “transfer of assets divisor” in Texas for long-term care Medicaid has increased from $213.71 to $237.93 (which represents the average daily cost of long-term care in Texas). The increased figure applies to Medicaid applications in Texas submitted on or after...