Can a 62-year-old become my caretaker?

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I am 74 with cancer. I have been fighting since 2008. It has come back. We live in Las Vegas, NV.

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If you are asking if Medicaid will pay for a spouse to be a personal care assistant in Nevada, the answer is NO. The state of Nevada does not pay individuals to provide care for a spouse since they are considered to be an LRI, legally responsible individual, who should provide care without payment by law.
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Of course. Anyone willing and able can be your caregiver.

If you mean can he be paid for this...yes, as long as you are paying him and make sure you have a written agreement.
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