Many people mistakenly believe they are not eligible for Medicaid services in the home because their income is over the Medicaid income limit which is currently $904 per month. This is just not true! There are ways to qualify for Medicaid so you can receive care in your home, even if your income is over the limit. The excess income can even be sheltered to continue to pay the Medicaid recipient’s bills.
Our very own Christina Lamm, Esq. authored an article on this issue which was recently published in the March edition of the Nassau Lawyer. Click on the following link to read the full article and to learn more about how to shelter excess income and qualify for Medicaid benefits: