If you are looking for long term care options in Glendale, affordability is likely one of your top concerns. For those who need long term care but cannot afford it, applying for the ALTCS program in Glendale maybe a good option for you. The ALTCS program (Arizona Long Term Care System) is run by the Arizona state division of Medicaid and can be used to pay for long term care. There are a few things that you might want to do before applying however.
If you are considering senior care in a residential setting for yourself or a loved on, exploring options on how to pay for it should be at the top of your list. Even a rudimentary exploration of the options will reveal that residential senior care can be very expensive. Fortunately for seniors in need, the ALTCS programs can help pay for care.
Do you qualify for Arizona Long Term Care? There are a lot of factors that goes into qualifying for Arizona Long Term Care and Senior Planning is here to help. When you go to signup there are couple of key documents you need…
If you are looking for senior care in Gilbert, AZ the ALTCS program may be able to help you if you do not have the financial resources to pay for it. ALTCS is the long term care component of Medicaid in Arizona. It is designed to provide care for needy seniors and others who have disabilities that require 24 hour care services. There are two components that are considered in the ALTCS application, a financial means test and a functional test that documents health conditions that you or your loved one might have.
If you are looking to apply for Medicaid in Arizona, also known as an ALTCS application, there are some materials you should first get together and a few things you should be aware of. In this post we are going to discuss some of the basics of Medicaid in Arizona. First of all, before you start the application, make you have a birth certificate in your possession. Once you have your birth certificate ready, you are going to need bank records from up to the past 5 years and a list of assets. ALTCS, or Medicaid in Arizona, can look back in your records for 5 years if they suspect there was an unjustified spend down or if you sold an asset that brought you income within that time. Just because you sold a house or have a house doesn’t mean you won’t qualify.
Are you interested in speeding up the AHCCCS Arizona Long Term Care application? Senior Planning has experts that can help you not only help with speeding up the AHCCCS long term care application but can guide you along the way. All of our services are provided at no cost to you. Before you get started, it is important to have the necessary information and documents ready. This can include but is not limited to a birth certificate, a social security card, a form of identification, bank statements and medical health records. Once you have these ready, we can begin the process. If you are unsure or have any initial questions, feel free to give us a call 24/7 at 800-531-5118.
When apply for AHCCCS in Arizona for seniors, you have to make sure you have everything in order for a smooth application process. Also, are you applying for health insurance only, or are you interested in the Arizona Long Term Care program?
If you are wondering how to qualify for ALTCS, you have come to the right place. Signing up and qualifying for ALTCS can seem like an extremely difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. There are a lot of factors that go into the decision for the state to offer benefits. It is in their best interest to not qualify you. Both health and finances affect whether or not you qualify. The health scale is based on a 60-point scale in which we are extremely familiar with. With financial, you have to be under a certain income with lower than the cutoff of assets.
ALTCS (Arizona Longer Term Care), the state of Arizona’s program for seniors in need of long term care, is a program that you might want to consider if you are seeking care but have difficulty affording it. ALTCS can help families afford the care their loved one needs. Here are some tips to help you qualify for ALTCS.
Senior Planning recognizes the unique challenges that come with finding long term care for younger people who are severely disabled. Since most long term care communities in Arizona tend to house primarily geriatric residents, it can be challenging to find a community that makes a younger person feel like they have found the place for them. We understand this unique challenge and hope to offer some helpful advice to people who are searching for care.