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It is recommended that you, a relative or friend arrange to visit your preferred care home to see what the facilities are like and whether they meet your needs. Below is a useful quick guide and checklist of things to consider when choosing a care home for yourself or a member of your family.
Very few people can afford a private CNA in their home. Be reasonable and crunch the numbers. Figure in 24 hour care (3 shifts at $15.00 per hour), medications, personal products, housing, three meals a day, electricity, activities, and several other odds and ends and the cost of elderly home care will be staggering. If you cannot deal with your loved one being forced to wait a few minutes for help, then taking a second or third full time job might be the answer.
Once a year (or more often if necessary), the state comes into the facility and inspects the building and the daily operation of it. This inspection is called a Survey. Each department is scrutinized. The nursing department, activities department, social services department, dietary department, housekeeping / laundry department, and maintenance department are all looked at.
But if you worry about needing to come up with this money, you are not alone. And products called final expense insurance or burial policies have been popular in the market thse days. These are actually smaller face value whole life insurance policies. They have face values that range from a couple thousand dollars to several thousand dollars. And because of the smaller face value, compared to other life insurance policies, they have been designed to be easy for older people to obtain.
NOTE: During the Medicaid applicant/recipient’s lifetime, the house will be exempt so long as the equity is no more than $500,000. If a spouse is living in the house, then there is no limit on value. After the Medicaid recipient is in the nursing home for some time, some states may place a lien on the house to make sure the house will be available to repay Medicaid down the road, but in no case will the house have to be sold until after the death of the Medicaid patient.