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In order to be eligible for long-term Medicaid services, an individual must meet certain criteria related to their income, assets, and functional ability. Here are some of the basic requirements:
|The individual must have a medical need for long-term care services due to a chronic medical condition or disability
|The individual's income must be below a certain threshold, which varies by state. In many cases, this means the individual must have a monthly income that is less than the cost of long-term care services.
|The individual's assets must be below a certain threshold, which also varies by state. This typically includes cash, investments, and property, but may exclude certain assets such as a primary residence.
|The individual must meet certain functional criteria related to their ability to perform activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and toileting. In many cases, this involves an assessment by a healthcare professional to determine the level of assistance needed.
|The individual must be a resident of the state where they are seeking Medicaid services.