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"If I could have had this invaluable information sooner, I can't tell you how many headaches and heartaches I could have saved my patients and their families."
Dr. Dave Wynarowski
Board Certified Internist
Specializing in anti-aging, longevity, and life enhancement
Alzheimer's has no known cure. No rehabilitation.
The only solution is long-term care, often in nursing homes.
Medicare offers NO LONG-TERM CARE ASSISTANCE for Alzheimer's care.
If you do not qualify for government benefits, then you will have to pay privately for the staggering long-term care costs...and you may end up wiping our your life savings in 2-3 years (or less!).
- What if you knew the qualifying requirements to get government assistance to support your loved ones with long-term care?
- What if you knew the legal ways to avoid being impoverished by nursing home costs for treating loved ones in the family with Alzheimer's Disease?
Smart families consider the available benefits to provide the best long-term care for their loved ones without straining their savings in these difficult and unpredictable times.
My name is Victoria Collier and, as an Elder Law Attorney, I have helped countless families who have a loved one qualify for government benefits to offset the unimaginably huge burden of bearing privately the cost of long-term skilled care that their loved ones require.
Many of them had the idea that they would get relief from Medicare.
I showed them how wrong they were.
As a matter of fact, Medicare pays for short-term treatment in nursing homes and rehabilitations up to a maximum of 100 days.
Surprisingly, most seniors (and their caregivers) don't know this!
These are very stressful times and the cost of Alzheimer's care can be as high as $6,000/month. At that rate, any long-term Alzheimer's care can easily wipe out the average family's life savings in 2-3 years!
Many families pin their hopes on long-term care insurance...however, most families don't have it. And by the time that Alzheimer's strikes, it's too late to qualify.
The good news is that there is a solution if you need help paying for Alzheimer's care.
Many of the strategies that smart families take to protect their loved one, their home, and their hard-earned savings are explained in the complimentary report, "How to Get Help Paying for Alzheimer's Care in These Troubled Economic Times."
It's a comprehensive, yet easy to understand report with all the information you need to know to qualify for government benefits to help pay for the long-term care of a loved one with Alzheimers.
As a matter of fact, substantial government benefits for long-term care are available under Medicaid.
But it's not a welfare scheme.
Medicaid has strict asset and income guidelines you'll need to meet to get qualified.
"How To Get Help Paying For Alzheimer's Care In These Troubled Economic Times" deals with these issues extensively.
Incidentally, there are many myths about Medicaid. Some of the most common ones are that you can get qualified for help by transferring money to children, or by putting the names of kids in personal accounts, or by subscribing to some annuity that allows you "to flip the switch" and instantly protect your money.
This informative report shatters all these myths -- it shows you, how by taking all these steps, you would actually be putting your family's finances under more governmental scrutiny than normal...jeopardizing your ability to get help paying for long-term care.
"How To Get Help Paying For Alzheimer's Care In These Troubled Economic Times" will help you to make educated decisions that will be beneficial to you, your children and your family.
Here's just some of what you'll discover:
- What government benefits are available for families needing long-term Alzheimer's care for a loved one.
- Eligibility rules regarding assets and income
- The steps families need to take RIGHT NOW to qualify for Medicaid assistance
- If one spouse is in need of care, how much will the couple need to spend down...and how much will the well spouse have to live on?
- Is there any way to get help by transferring money and assets to kids?
- The best, most practical ways to spend down in order to qualify for Medicaid.
- What is "estate recovery?" Does it really take away your house and other properties that you would like to pass on down to your children?
PLUS, the report offers an introduction to a little-known benefit for veterans (and their spouses) that can offer a monthly check from the VA (tax-free!) to help offset the high cost of medical care:
- Married Wartime Veteran - Up to $2,054/month
- Single Wartime Veteran - Up to $1,703/month
- Widowed Spouse of a Wartime Veteran - Up to $1,113/ month
The information found in "How to Get Help Paying for Alzheimer's Care in These Troubled Economic Times" is crucial to the financial well-being of you and your family. It's full of critical information, and it's available to you as an instant download -- absolutely FREE.
Click here to fill out the form and get instant access to your complimentary copy...do it today, before it's too late!
Wishing you and your loved one the best of health,
Victoria Collier, J.D.
The Elder & Disability Law Firm of Victoria L. Collier, PC