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What financial questions should I ask about at a residential care facility?

Shelley Webb
Nursing

Be proactive about asking questions when considering a residential care facility. Specific examples of questions to ask about finances should include:


- What are the financial and medical requirements to qualify for the facility?
- Can money be left in a safe in the facility for use by your loved one?
- Are there any up-front deposits or fees?

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