How do I become a caregiver for my grandmother?

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A good place to start is with the Office of Aging in your area. Also Medicare & medicade maybe able to help. You can also Google any questions you may have.
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Hi Roshelle, after hours and hours of reading and visiting different sites on web, I find myself with no answers. Hopefully you can help or point me in the right direction.
My 92 year old grandmother lives with me , I left my employment to take care of her...however now I find myself having trouble providing for my family. Ive heard of family caregivers being paid by the state to take care of family members. where can I apply and or what agencies do i need to contact ?
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Hi roshelle,

Does your grandma live with you? How old is she? How bad is her health? Is your family involved with her care at all?

Maybe you could give a little more information so folks can know a little more about what's going on.
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