I'm multiple years into full time + overtime (80-90 hour weeks average) and had to quit working to be the POA for my elderly relative. My relative initially had hired me to do this. Then over time money has run out. I felt sorry for them, so I kicked in some of my own money, and over time it has drained my savings now, and any sources I had for money. My relative is also receiving assistance from a government agency.
Are their federal or state agencies that will pay for a long-distance caregiver who is advocating or managing the day to day affairs for a senior or elderly person? Thanks.