Hello! I have read about an exemption for adult children moving in with their elderly parent to keep them from going to a nursing home. The parent can give child their home without violating Medicaid 5 year look back period. It states this is a Medicaid sanctioned method that enables the adult child to be compensated for their caregiving for otherwise the home would have to be sold to pay for nursing home. Is there any compensation for child caregivers who move a parent into their home because the parent doesn't own their own home? Possibly a credit of sorts for each month they are able to keep their parent out of a nursing home. For example if cost of nursing home in area is approximately $5000 a month and the parent lived with them for 24 months... Medicaid would give an exemption for $120,000 in their 5 year look back period in case there is no home but there any other assets left. Does anyone know if there is any help for caregivers that keep parents out of nursing homes by moving them into their home? Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!