Kendall Lakes Health and Rehabilitation Center aims to provide premium care to residents who are recovering from a stroke, surgery, or orthopedic issues that require rehabilitation services. The team aims to create a unique, outcome-oriented treatment plan for each resident to ensure all their needs are met.
Other than giving each resident personalized care, another primary goal of Kendall Lakes Health and Rehabilitation Center is to create an atmosphere of both healing and relaxation for both the body and the mind.
The facility is located on nine acres and features tropical foliage, shaded porches, and courtyards to create a relaxing and serene outdoor environment. Indoors, residents can enjoy activity areas, shared living spaces, a diverse dining menu, and even a movie theater to encourage social interaction in a home-like atmosphere.
The dedicated staff at Kendall Lakes Health and Rehabilitation Center works with each resident’s doctor to create a care plan that will hopefully yield positive results. With services in rehabilitation, long-term care, and short-term care, the professional healthcare providers at the facility offer a variety of different skill sets.
Healthcare services offered include orthopedics, cardiology, neurology, wound care, and psychology, as well as physical, occupational, and speech therapy. If you want to learn more about Kendall Lakes Health and Rehabilitation Center and its services, contact the team to schedule a tour of the facility.
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Florida Medicaid Asset Protection Lawyers
Elder Needs Law is a firm that specializes in asset protection, Medicaid planning, and estate planning. We help clients across the state of Florida create individualized estate plans and Medicaid plans, which make sure their assets are secure so that they’re there when they need them later in life for their long-term care.
Some advantages of working with Elder Needs Law include:
- Securing your current assets
- Preserving your retirement savings
- Reducing or eliminating probate costs
- Avoiding long-term care expenses
- Protecting your family home
It’s never too early to start the estate planning process and work toward asset protection. It’s also never too late to start planning, but know that if you wait too long, you risk losing your assets to a long-term care facility. That’s why estate planning and asset management are so crucial.
Work with the estate planning and Medicaid planning attorneys from Elder Needs Law to protect your assets and secure your future. Call us today to schedule your consultation.
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Medicaid and Medicare Planning
Many people assume that Medicare will simply pay for their long-term care or end-of-life expenses. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Medicare typically only pays for the first 20 days of a nursing home stay before it starts to drop. For the following 80 days, you typically have to pay a copay. After 100 days, Medicare pays zero.
For those who need more than 100 days of long-term care, they risk draining their life savings.
Medicaid can help.
But to be eligible for Medicaid, you can only have a limited amount of wealth to your name. To meet this requirement, many people end up simply selling their assets. But the good news is that you can receive Medicaid benefits without going broke.
Medicaid planning can help you by working against this system. It gives you the best of both worlds: It helps you qualify for Medicaid without giving up all of your assets.
A Medicaid planning attorney from Elder Needs Law can help you through the process. We’ll walk you through the possible strategies that could make you eligible for benefits without giving away your money or selling your property. Our elder care lawyers are skilled at saving client assets and we can secure your assets without affecting your Medicaid benefits.
For example, we’ll talk to you about the 60-month look-back period that Medicaid uses when it comes to transferring assets. If you give money or property to your family other than your spouse in those five years, you are ineligible for the program. Many people don’t know about this, so their application gets denied because they transferred funds too recently to meet the requirement. We can help you avoid this by setting up a trust or using other Medicaid planning strategies that allow you to protect your assets within five years..
At Elder Needs Law, we aim to help you get Medicaid without selling all your assets and going broke. Applying to Medicaid is often time-consuming and complicated. That’s why we are here to help you apply and ensure that you remain eligible.
Talk to Elder Needs Law to create a strategy that will help you earn and start receiving valuable Medicaid benefits.
Comprehensive Estate Planning
Elder Needs Law offers help with many aspects of estate planning, such as:
- Advance directives
- Powers of attorney
Elder Law encompasses many legal specialties, including:
- Medicaid planning
- Estate planning
- Nursing home abuse and negligence
- Retirement funds
Probate refers to the process after one’s death where an executor distributes the decedent’s assets. Probate can be time-consuming and expensive. The team at Elder Needs Law can help you create an estate plan that avoids probate.
Call Us Today to Speak With a Florida Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Medicaid Planning Attorney
Planning for the future isn’t always easy. It’s often an emotional and worrisome time to think about.
At Elder Needs Law, we’re dedicated to helping you preserve your wealth while planning for the next stage in your life. Estate and Medicaid planning can ensure you get the care you need later in life while securing your assets for the future.
Contact us today to schedule your consultation.