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If your mother cannot afford to pay you, Check to see if your state offers in home support services through the depot. Of social services. Not all states use waivers, some have in home support services which isn’t a waiver. The amount of hours is whatever the person is eligible for based on their needs.
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Children are rarely paid to care for parents unless parents pay them from their own savings. Some states offer Medicaid waivers but they pay very little and only for a few hours a week. In many states there are long waiting lists for waivers. A couple of states have some home health care payments, but not always available for children to be caregivers.
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