There are many misconceptions when it comes to what happens when a client applies for Medicaid. In this case, it was misconstrued that the patient, who needed full-time care, would lose her home that she shared with her daughter and granddaughter if she applied for and received Medicaid benefits. How could this tragedy have been prevented? What were the steps that needed to be taken to prevent this? Read on to find out more.
Fear of Losing Home to Medicaid Contributed to Elder Abuse Case
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