What is long-term care?
Long term care is a broad term used to describe the continuum of care options and settings for people who need assistance managing their activities of daily living. Long-term care can include help in your home, adult foster care, residential care, assisted living, adult day care and nursing home care. Long-term care also includes case-management services. Senior & Disabled Service provides assistance coordinating and arranging for long-term services for seniors and persons with physical disabilities. For clients with developmental disabilities or mental health concerns, please contact Lane County Developmental Disabilities or Lane County Behavioral Health Services.

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1. What is long-term care?
2. How do I qualify for Medicaid?
3. What does Medicaid cover?
4. Does Medicaid have a long-term care limit?
5. How can I apply for Medicaid?
6. What if my spouse needs care in a facility?