I'm an RN in GA and work for a Medicaid Waiver program. The waiver I work for is Community Care Services Program (CCSP). In essence, the program is to keep people out of the nursing home by providing services to keep them in the community. To be eligible, finances must be reviewed. In regards to health, a person must have a memory impairment and/or a functional impairment (paralysis due to a stroke as an example). Depending on a person's or couple's monthly income, clients may or may not have to pay for the services. If you are burnt out and/or needing help providing care, call your local Area Agency on Aging to see what resources are available. Also Google "Medicaid waivers" in your state. Here's a bit more information on CCSP in GA. https://dch.georgia.gov/sites/dch.georgia.gov/files/16CCSP.pdf
Hope this benefits someone out there.
Too bad not all the States offer such programs, and in the future we might see major cuts to those programs as the current Federal Government is looking to make cuts to Medicaid. Let's hope this doesn't happen.