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Get The Help You Need For Your Loved One
We think you’ll find a lot of wonderful resources while you’re here. If you have any questions on financial assistance, elder care, VA eligibility, or Medicaid (called “Medi-Cal” in California), including denied claims, feel free to fill out our Contact form or give us a call. We’re here to help.
We guide our clients on Asset Protection, help with the process of getting admitted to the Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing Facilities, filling out the admission agreements (some facilities ask for signatures on forms that they cannot legally require), and following up on the application process.
Including the transfers of assets and changes in beneficiaries in order to keep the State of California Estate Recovery Unit from coming back for payments that were made on behalf of a Medi-Cal beneficiary.
We also help those who have been denied by Medi-Cal in the past – we are specialists in Appeals of denied Medi-Cal Claims.
We know it can be hard for those with aging parents while also working. We can help you find Medi-Cal approved Skilled Nursing Facilities in San Diego (if needed) and handle your Medi-Cal or VA eligibility so you can focus on helping your loved ones get better.
If you (or a loved one) have been told to move out of your current facility because your condition has plateaued, or because there are no Medi-Cal beds available, or they are only a rehab only for short term, call us!FREE CONSULTATION
VA Benefits Consultant
We help veterans & their families in California understand how to obtain long term care benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Most veterans are not aware of the benefits available through veterans health care, through state veterans homes, through home renovation grants, or for two disability income programs called Compensation and Pension.
It’s astounding that roughly 1/3 of all seniors can qualify for up to $2,127 a month in additional income through Pension under the right conditions. Pension is also known as the “aid and attendance benefit.” Yet government statistics show only 5% of potentially eligible veterans are actually receiving the Pension benefit.
This benefit can help you pay anyone including your child for home care. It can also be used to help you pay for professional care in the home, for assisted living, or for a nursing home. Imagine having an extra $2,127 a month that you didn’t even know existed.EMAIL US