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I have been my grandmother's caregiver for just over a year now and I take care of her in many different ways and I've heard from a few people I could get caregiver pay. Is this true and how can I get this started? Thank you so much!

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You can have a lawyer draw up a CG contract, and get paid by GM if she has the money.
, as FF says above. I understand it is hard to be paid by the state.
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elebay, the majority of grown children/grandchildren do not get paid for taking care of their parents/grandparents, unless that parent/grandparent can pay the grown children from their own retirement fund.

As staaarrr had mentioned above, you can check to see if your Grandmother could qualify for Medicaid [which is different from Medicare]. Some States have programs that will pay for a relative to take care of a love one, but the pay is quite minimal. Programs are always in a change mode depending on the State budget.
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It depends on your state and whether or not your grandmother is on or qualifies for Medicaid. What state do you live in?
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