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This is just an FYI, most payment for in home companionship is private pay. If there is qualification for Medicaid, then it varys state by state and is usually limited to a few hours but not every day. Those few hours are meant to give a full time caregiver a break. You may get lucky and find some funded day care centers or church groups.
You should start first by seeing a social worker at your local senior services to see what is out there in the community and state
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