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I live with my elderly parents. Both have health issues. My father physically, my mother has alzheimers. The situation at home prevents me from working, leaving me without any income. Is there a way I can get paid for this? Someone told me they were pretty sure there was.

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Yes, you can get paid... your parents can pay you to be their Caregiver from their own retirement fund. Now, if your parents can afford to pay you, then they can afford to pay a certified Caregiver, thus giving you time to go back to work to add to your own social security and medicare fund.

Otherwise, if your parent qualify to be on Medicaid, you can check with your State Medicaid office to see if Medicaid could sent out an Aide to help you for a few hours during the week. Also check with your State Medicaid to see if the State has a "Cash and Counseling" program. Please remember each State is different, has their own rules and regulations, and some have long waiting lists.
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