Mom is in a home with a two-year private pay. Mom is a very difficult woman with demensia and this home is somehow coping with her needs. There are five kids with one very greedy older sister who has POA. Greedy sister wants to rent mom's house and sell after mom passes. In doing this she says that mom will be on medicade after her two-year private pay. In order to do this we'd have to take out a loan to be able to pay the second year of private pay. My issue is that the group home's contract says they can ask a client to leave for any reason and after two-years private pay this may very well happen to mom (this goes the other way also in that the client can leave at any time). I want to sell house and use the money to take care of her without resorting to medicade. This is her money for her care and greedy sister is just cooking up a plan that will guarantee this house money lands in her pocket (actually all of our pockets an mom's will states "share and share alike). Does anyone know is this even the way that medicade works?? My heart hurts because mom deserves the best care that HER money can provide, I just don't think she's going to get the quality of care when she is state assisted. Mom is a very big pain in the butt and if the home is getting only a third of the money they usually get, I see them showing her way to the door.