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08-17-2003, 07:45 PM #1ILuv2Craft@earthlink.netGuest
(I realize that I should run this past an attorney, but would like to keep
costs down and do as I can before doing so.)
Thank you very much!
08-18-2003, 11:19 AM #2ILuv2Craft@earthlink.netGuest
PERFECT! I can't thank you enough!
At 09:45 PM 08/17/2003 -0500, Carey Banks wrote:
> > Can some kind soul please tell me how to put my elderly parent on medicaid?
>You need to gather all of the income they have. Like Social Security,
>retirement. And they need to see the actual proof. Letters from Social
>security that kind of thing. Gather their bills, rent, utilities, car
>payment, whatever living expenses they have. A list of their medication
>and doctor bills for the last three months. They will go back 3 months on
>any unpaid doctor bills(if they qualify). Then contact the Department of
>Human Services, and request an application. Once you turn in the
>application it usually takes about a week or so to get an appointment. If
>the elderly person you are talking about is capable of attending the
>appointment then they should go, but it is possible for you to attend in
> I think that is it...Oh...forms of ID.
> Carey --Hope this helps