AHCCCS stands for the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System and is Arizona’s Medicaid program. It helps people who meet certain financial qualifications get medical coverage and assistance. AHCCCS partners with different programs throughout Arizona to provide medical assistance and care to many different types of people. What is AHCCCS? As Arizona’s Medicaid program, AHCCCS…
Miller Trusts, or income only trusts are sometimes a good option for Arizona seniors that need help qualifying for the ALTCS program. Miller trusts fall under the category of supplemental needs trust, and are designed to protect the assets of a disabled person while they are making use of state benefits for their care.
The passing of a loved one can be a trying time for anyone. In addition to heartache, you may also have to deal with the frustrating process of setting the estate of the diseased. This process can become frustrating and expensive if the estate goes through a legal process called probate.
Finding Senior Care in smaller communities like Sierra Vista or others in Southeastern Arizona can be challenging. There are less options to choose from, and some of the best providers and communities will often have waiting lists for care. It’s important to know what your options are and it’s also advisable to find a few good options for yourself in case you can’t arrange exactly what you want.
Searching for senior care in Sierra Vista and other areas of south eastern Arizona can be difficult. For one thing, there are fewer providers around to choose from and it can be difficult to find the right option to meet your needs. For those looking for residential senior care, it can often be the case that all of the possible communities in your city can be full, leaving you with no other option other than starting to look in the next town over.
Long term care is a blanket description for the types of care that elderly or disabled person receive when they can no longer take care of themselves and live independently in the home. Long Term Care comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. The number of different options and prices allow people in need of long term care to find the solution that works best for them.
ALTCS in Phoenix
When an elderly Phoenix resident finds themselves in need of old age care, affordability is the top concern. For those senior who are unable to afford the medical care that they need, the Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) is a good option. ALTCS pays for long term care for the seniors who need it but are unable to afford the sometimes high priced long term care options. Its important to take care of some things before applying for ALTCS, but it can be a good option for people that need the care.
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.