Caregiving is one of the most difficult jobs – and most rewarding- jobs, but it’s hard to get consistent, long-term care. The minimum wage has gone up to $11.10/hour in upstate New York; $15/hour in New York City, in some
The slides provide alternatives to this shortage, including:
- Technology that can identify and alert families to problems and issues in real time, preventing a crisis. These technologies, which we will demonstrate, can maximize the ability of seniors to stay in their own homes.
- Medicaid planning that can preserve assets and help your loved one afford long-term care, including caregivers in the home
- Programs that allow you to hire your family members, including grandchildren, if they meet eligibility rules