Caring for a family member at home?
If your answer is "Yes" to the question above. You may be eligible to receive a tax-free stipend as a family or kinship caregiver. Your family member must be eligible for Medicaid. The family member who is providing the care for your loved one must be 18 years or older and live in the same home. The family caregiver must pass a background/fingerprints check. If you want to see if this new MEDICAID PROGRAM is right for you give us a call today or fill out the contact fills below and one of our Care advisors will give you a call.
What is Structured Family Caregiving (SFC)?
SFC allows family members to care for their own family members. So of the requirement that the Family Caregiver must meet are the following:
1. He/she must live with the member/client and is related,
2. He/she can't be employed (can't have another job)
3. Must have a clean background
4. Must be coachable and willing to work with our Health Coach.
The overall goal is to keep individuals out of the nursing home and allow for their family/relative caregivers to provide the care that they know their family members need.
The person in need of care must qualify pertaining to his or her health:
He/she must need a least 5hrs of care 7 days week
Currently on the CCSP or SOURCE Program; OR
The individual is eligible for Georgia Medicaid
Our Care Advisors can assist with the application process. The member must meet eligibility for the CCSP or SOURCE Program under the Elderly Disabled Waiver Program. Call 478.234.0070 or 478.390.7749 today!!
For more information about eligibility, please check the Georgia Medicaid Website.
If you have any question call The Flournoy's.
As a family caregiver, you will receive:
Payment in the form of a tax-free stipend
No paperwork, we have a app to clock-in and out. It's easy. We will help you.
A dedicated Health Coach to help you with issues that arise
The backing of our office staff and administrators at Barbarakares