Wife with Young Onset Parkinson's needs more help. I still have 10+ years of full time work before I can retire and be more "available." I do not want our teenage daughter to be picking up the "caregiving slack" when I'm at work or otherwise out. Medicaid sounds good from the perspective of getting help, but the impoverishment requirements would kill my retirement funds and our daughter's college fund. I also assume there is a sizeable degree of recordkeeping required for tracking eligible services and expenses. I'm in the early stages of working with an Eldercare Atty. Any insights on this process and it's trappings would be great.