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To limited of income to pay myself only 680. per mo.100% disabled.

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Outside of normal Medicare/Medicaid there can be other help available. Google your local Centers for Independent Living. The VA can help veterans. There are funds to help cover part (or all) of the cost from various disability orgs- MS, Parkinsons, CP, SCI, etc. Let me know if I can offer advice.
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Senior centers masons different groups who collect sightly used equipment I will guess your my age and I have a real hummer. Of a handicapped husband to find stuff for if you have good resouses and ss workers net or va your lucky and will Have little trouble getting even new things in my case I have to put myself through knot hole to get The things he needs general I buy them cash and take some off taxs I am not a person who likes to Waite if you get your doctor to say you need you can get new but there's a little paper work and some times exta a appointments too for this or that my husband lost hafe his brain use in a stroke and any fool can see he is handy capped he can't see stand talk or comprehend mmore then a two yr old and sleeps like a new born only waking to eat and take meds And I still get some one looking at him saying so when dose hhe go back to work they have no concept of how hard is life is I gave up on a hoyer lift I am the lift the bed I got the wheelchair I got now I need a power chair and a van I ask I ask I pray to god some times I am lucky mostly not 911 knows me well almost every wk I am in er for hours I wish you well at getting anything
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as gladimhere writes there is no cost to you going thru medicare . Talk to your doctor.
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Rental of a hospital bed can be a $100 a month. Try your local Firehouse. Some have equipment u can borrow. We have local organizations that loan. Medicare may pay like said with a doctors order.
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Donna, rental hoyer lifts and hospital beds if prescribed by doctor are covered by Medicare.
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