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I lived with mom and was paid a minimal amount for the care I provided.
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You can be paid to be your mom's caregiver if you do not live with her.
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If she qualifies for Medicaid,

"Becoming a Paid Caregiver

There are several ways to become a paid caregiver. You can be hired by:

A home care agency, adult family home, boarding home, or nursing home and be paid by the agency or facility to provide care.
The person needing care and be paid by him or her directly.
The person needing care and be paid by the state to provide care services."

https://www.dshs.wa.gov/altsa/home-and-community-services/becoming-paid-caregiver

P.S. Remember, you never have to join a union and pay dues to take care of a loved one. Learn more at optouttoday.com
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Write up a contract between you and your mother about how much she will pay you per month for being her caregiver.
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