GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – It’s easy to feel alone when you’re taking care of a loved one who is aging but there is a free program that offers lots of assistance. We’ve talked about the PACE (Programs for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) Program before – it’s a benefit through medicare and medicaid. The PACE Program has had some major changes lately that may impact you and those you love.
We discuss these changes with our Expert in Estate Planning, David Carrier at Carrier Law.
- Be 55 or older
- Live in the service area of a PACE organization
- Need a nursing home-level of care (as certified by the state)
- Be able to live safely in the community with help from PACE
Estate Planning & Elder Law
- Make an appointment
- Offices in Grand Rapids, Norton Shores,
- Holland, & Portage
- (616) 361-8400
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