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  • 2021 Lay Advocacy Training

    …Allcoinsurance for hospital days 61-90 in a benefit period; Coinsurancefor the 60 hospital lifetime reserve days; and 100%of the cost for hospital care beyond the Medicare-covered days in a benefit period, up to a maximum of 365 days. OTHER BENEFITS  Allplans provide coverage for Part B coinsurance and copayments, the first three pints of blood, and hospice co-insurance. Coverage is at 100% except for plans K and L, which provide coverage at the 50% and 75% level  Coveragefor skilled nursing coinsurance, Part A deductibles, Part B deductibles, and emergency health care during foreign travel varies among plan  100%of Part B Excess  These are the Part B physician charges that exceed the Medicare-approved amount up to the physician charge limit of 115% of the approved amount. For example, if Medicare approves $100 of a $115 physician bill, this benefit will pay both the 20% of the Medicare approved amount and also the $15 excess amount. Note that some plans sold before June 1, 2010 have a more limited 80% excess charge benefit. Medigapplans sold to people newly eligible in January 2020 or later do not cover the Part B  Note that the Part B deductible is covered by some older policies.       For a good source on Medicare supplements go to: https://www.cms.gov/medicare/health-plans/medigap/index. Programs To Help Low-Income Medicare Beneficiaries With Medicare Costs Low-income Medicare beneficiaries may be eligible for Medi-Cal in addition to Medicare (see Chapter 6). In addition, they may be eligible for one of the following Medicare Savings Programs (MSP): QMB, SLMB, or QI…

  • Caregiver Companion Guide (2016)

    …license checks and consumer complaints •California Department of Insurance: (800) 927-HELP (4357), www.insurance.ca.gov •Contractors State Licensing Board: (800) 321-CSLB (2752), www.cslb.ca.gov •Federal Trade Commission: (877) 438-4338 for identity theft and…

  • Nursing Home Companion (2011)

    …The discussions in this chapter are based in part on Title 42 of the United States Code, sections 1395i-3(c)(1)(A)(ix) and 1396r(c)(1)(A)(ix) and (c)(8); and Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations, sections 483.10(g) and 488.308(a).   CHAPTER 2 PAYING FOR NURSING HOME CARE   PAYING FOR NURSING HOME CARE Nursing home care is expensive. While some nursing home residents may have enough income or savings to pay for nursing home care, the majority of Californians rely at least in part on the Medi-Cal program and to a lesser extent on the Medicare program and private insurance policies. This chapter examines nursing home costs and then discusses payment options, including Medicare, Medicare Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Medi-Cal, and long- term care insurance. Overview of Costs and Payment Options Nursing home care costs vary widely and by region. Most California nursing homes charge between $5,000 and $10,000 per month. On average, a private room at a nursing home costs approximately 15% more than a semi-private (shared) room. Physician visits and certain services and supplies…

  • The Worker’s Guide: Your Rights During COVID-19 – A know your rights guide for workers affected by COVID-19

    …reduced? How can I get money if I am sick or am quarantined because I was exposed? 2021 California Supplemental Paid Sick Leave California Paid Sick Days State Disability Insurance

  • The Full Benefit Too – English – A User-Friendly Guide to Understanding SSI for Adults with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities

    …a single person, and $3,000 for a couple. Is SSI the Same as “Social Security Disability Insurance,” or SSDI? SSI is different from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). SSDI is…

  • Assisted Living Companion (2013)

    …together at the facility for at least six consecutive months, the SSI program treats each spouse as an eligible individual rather than as part of an eligible couple. This allows…

  • Limited Conservatorship Guide (2016)

    …trust money. Money from the trust cannot be distributed directly to the beneficiary, it must be distributed to a third party to pay for goods and services. Special Needs Trusts can be used to pay for: medical expenses not covered by insurance; transportation (including vehicle purchase, maintenance and insurance); rehabilitation; dietary needs; personal care attendants or escorts; materials for a hobby or recreation; athletic training or competitions; computers or electronic equipment; furniture; trips and vacations; and entertainment (movies, concerts, sporting events, theater). Pooled Trusts…

  • Advisory Guide to Regional Center Services (2016)

    …fiscal year.   Transportation Service Criteria Duration Mobility Training Services (focuses on consumer’s behavior, to help consumer know how to travel as independently as possible): Focuses on helping consumers be more independent when travelling within their local communities by training consumers in…

  • COVID-19 Emergency Guide for Tenants in LA County – Housing guide for tenants in LA County affected by COVID-19

    …Period (through September 30, 2020). ➢ Until 12 months after the expiration of the Moratorium Period, landlords may not use the eviction process to seek back rent from a protected…

  • COVID-19 Know Your Rights Guide: Eviction Protection – A know your rights guide to eviction protection and COVID-19

    …of the local emergency. SOURCE Ordinance no. 20-O-2806 (April 1, 2020); Documentation Form; Things You Should Know   CULVER CITY DEFERRED RENT YES. Protected tenants will have 6 months after…

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