What is a Care Contract?

A care contract is an agreement entered into between a caregiver and an individual needing care services, generally in the home. The purpose of the document is to outline the responsibilities of — and services to be performed by — the caregiver, the expectations and needs of the individual receiving the care, and the compensation to be received.

A care contract is a vital document for anyone receiving compensation for providing in-home care and, without this agreement in place, an individual’s future Medicaid benefits could be jeopardized.

Categories: Medicaid

Practice Areas

Navigating the needs and complexities surrounding the older and aging population…
Guardianship, conservatorship, trust administration, and probating an estate.
Planning for an individual or loved one's incapacity or death
Future financial, life management, and medical care for those with disabilities.

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