We assist our partners and clients needing support with Pooled Income Trust and Medicaid for community services. Our Medicaid eligibility specialists are available to answer questions, reviewing the financial situation and advise if there is potential eligibility for Medicaid. We can also assist with completing the application and gather documents Medicaid requires.
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Get care from a trusted caregiver that will provide daily tasks such as mobility, eating, exercising, and grooming. We can assist with accessing in-home care for everyday tasks. We provide one-on-one attention and care that your loved ones deserve.
What is a Pooled Trust... its a special type of account allowing those in need to become eligible for Medicaid benefits. If the income is above the Medicaid limit, it doesn’t mean that you are ineligible. Residents of New York State who have a disability and wish to obtain Medicaid are eligible to join a pooled trust program. Through the pooled trust, you keep your excess monthly income in a special account and can use it to pay for a variety of expenses such as rent, utility bills, food and other items. The State doesn’t consider this surplus amount part of your overall income.
Many people feel that because they own a home or have some assets that they can't qualify for Medicaid help. The fact is there are a variety of assets people can own and still qualify. It's just a matter of knowing the rules, and making a plan to meet those requirements. There are exclusions toward your home, connect with us to learn more.
Medicaid States have the option to establish a “medically needy program” for individuals with significant health needs whose income is too high to otherwise qualify for Medicaid. Medically needy individuals can still become eligible... Find out which one is right for you.
In New York there are different Medicaid programs that cover home care. The Managed Long Term Care covers a very wide suite of care services and supports but gives the participant very little flexibility or control. Consumer Directed Personal Assistance is the opposite. While it will only pay for a limited range of services to help aging in place, it does offer the participant great choice in who provides them with care.