Seniors: Get help applying for Medicaid — Affordably

Seniors: Get help applying for Medicaid — Affordably
Seniors: Get help applying for Medicaid — Affordably2018-02-14T15:18:03+00:00

Overwhelmed with Medicaid paperworkIf you or someone you love is currently living in a nursing home facility or is about to enter one, it may be time to apply for Medicaid (Title 19) benefits.

Unfortunately, this process isn’t simple.

Gathering financial documents and filling out paperwork can require 50 to 100 hours of your time. After you turn in your application, the processing of your claim, including appeals, can take up to a year. If you’re missing even a single item, you may lose your place in line, delaying your benefits by months.

Medicaid4You can help.

As recognized experts at processing Medicaid applications, we specialize in just one service — getting you the Medicaid benefits you need, in about half the time it would take for you to apply for Medicaid on your own.

Why Use Our Service?

  • Convenience. Our compassionate, trained caseworkers will come to your home and help guide you through the application process from start to finish — ensuring you never have to deal with the Medicaid office directly.
  • Speed. Our turnarounds are fast. In addition, our application service is an approved health care cost and can be used as part of the “spend down” of your remaining assets. By hiring us, you could actually qualify for Medicaid sooner.
  • Affordability. Our fee is a fraction of the cost of hiring an eldercare attorney for the same service, and we never charge billable hours. No matter how long we work on your claim or how many site visits we make, the cost to you remains the same: $4,500.

Case worker helping file medicaid paperworkAt Medicaid4You, we pride ourselves on making applying for Medicaid easy and affordable. Since 2009, we have helped clients in over 600 nursing homes in New England get the Medicaid benefits they need.

This life transition is difficult enough. Let us do the paperwork for you so you can focus on what’s really important: your health.