You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know: The Importance of Being Educated Prior to a Crisis – Legal & Financial Knowledge

The options for paying for long-term care are limited. Did you know that Medicare will not pay for home care or assisted living community care? Do you know what Medicaid provides? Are you aware of the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance benefit? Most families do not realize their limited options until they are in a crisis—usually when their loved one is about to be discharged from a hospital. Making decisions while in a crisis can be stressful and result in bad choices. This discussion is intended to provide information prior to a crisis or loss of functional or cognitive capacity. Learn how to best find, get and pay for good long-term care.

Speaker: Miles Hurley, JD, CELA, founder of Hurley Elder Care Law

Miles Hurley, JD, CELA is an Elder Law attorney in private practice in Atlanta, serving the legal needs of the elderly population on issues related to aging; including retaining independence, quality of life and financial security. Mr. Hurley is one of twelve attorneys in the state of Georgia to receive the Elder Law Attorney Certification (CELA), and one of approximately only 400 nationwide.


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