My mom and dad jointly owned a home in Arkansas. My dad just passed away after having to spend some time in a long-term ca...Read more
The answer to your questions depends on the state. In Massachusetts, for example, the family may not pay a supplement to get a private room for a Medicaid beneficiary resident. However, the family can pay for additional private care, and there is no limit on the amount the family may spend. To find out the law in your state, contact an elder law attorney near you.
Medicaid Rules, etc