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Minnesota's seniors are great assets to their communities and our state.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services strives to help seniors live as independently as possible so they can continue to contribute and be a part of the communities in which they live. DHS offers economic supports to help seniors live in dignity and as independently as possible.
Preventive care and disease management keeps people healthy and saves the state precious resources. News and updates on DHS efforts to assist Minnesota's seniors. Smith Chief Equity Officer Dr. Where do I receive long-term care? Who needs long-term care?
How likely are you to need long-term care? Who provides long-term care? Plan Personal planning Financial planning How much will my care cost What does my existing insurance cover Housing planning How do I stay at home and age in place When I need to move where can I move Advance care planning Honoring Choices Take action Planning for long term care under age 40 Planning for long term care between ages 40 and 60 Planning for long term care if you are between 60 and 70 years of age Planning for long term care needs if you are over age 70 Pay What programs do not pay for long-term care?
What financing options might be best for me? Seniors Minnesota's seniors are great assets to their communities and our state. Economic assistance DHS offers economic supports to help seniors live in dignity and as independently as possible. Health care Preventive care and disease management keeps people healthy and saves the state precious resources.Free adult affairs Minneapolis Minnesota
email: [email protected] - phone:(770) 945-4559 x 9006
People need help. That is why we are here.