Who Needs Assistance?

Over 400 programs provide financial assistance for elder care. Help comes from federal, state, and local governments, the VA, non-profits, private organizations, and as many as 50 other agencies. The large number of sources and different and often conflicting qualification rules makes determining one’s eligibility a challenge. By answering a few questions, we help you find the programs for which you or your loved one is currently eligible as well as those programs for which you might become eligible as your situation changes.

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Personal Information

1. What is the age of the individual that requires care?
2. What is your relationship to the person who requires assistance?
3. Where does the person in need of care currently reside?
4. In what city and state does the individual in need of care currently reside?
5. Does the person in need of care own and live in their home?
Why We Ask?

Some programs are only intended for homeowners and some programs may require the homeowner to live in their home.

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6. What is the marital status of the person that requires care?
Why We Ask?

Some programs offer survivor's benefits and limit them if and when a widow / widower remarries.

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7. Does the individual in need of care have children of any age?
Why We Ask?

The number and location of one's children can impact a senior's eligibility for some programs.

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