In Home Care and Assisted Living for Your Loved One
The decision to go into a nursing home or assisted living facility is difficult. Your loved one could be much better off, but there are opportunities for failure as well. These days, many people turn to alternatives such as elder home care services, which can allow seniors to stay in their homes, yet still have the security of knowing that someone will be there to look after them.
At Gosselin Law, we help people plan for senior living, obtain elder home care services and make other provisions to ease the emotional and financial stresses that come with aging. Our Boston elder law attorneys have solutions for every situation, and we want to help you.
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Elder Home Care Services
Helping your parent stay at home rather than going to a nursing home or assisted living facility provides many benefits. First of all, it costs much less. Your loved one can stay in touch with friends and neighbors, and participate in the social activities he or she prefers. Your family member can retain the dignity of independent living and the comfort of familiar surroundings.
Gosselin Law can direct you to providers of elder home care services that are professional and caring. With these services, your family member may able to postpone having to enter a nursing home, perhaps indefinitely. You will also have the comfort of knowing that a trained professional is looking after your loved one’s needs on a daily or weekly basis. Elder home care services are ideal for elderly people in Massachusetts who need assistance in certain facets of everyday living, but whose children live too far away to provide regular care.
Along with helping you obtain home care for your loved one, we can also assist you with other needs. Our firm can help you plan for eventual residence in a nursing home or assisted living facility. We can enable you to protect your assets while still qualifying for Medicaid-funded nursing home care. If an emergency does arise, we can help you find a suitable nursing home and provide Medicaid planning services.
Your mother or father cared for you when you were unable to care for yourself. Now is the time to make provisions for the care of your parent.
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To learn more about our services and how we can help you care for an elderly parent, contact Gosselin Law.
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