What a fantastic resource this is, thank you all so much, its been very helpful and enlightening to help me and my Dad understand what is available for him. We're at a crossroad where Dad has been living with us since Mom's passing 10 years ago but its become a significant burden on him as well as my wife & I so we are just looking for alternatives when we stumbled upon this option. Dad is a WWII and Korean War Navy Vet and while he's somewhat independent and healthy, he has several things that he needs regular assistance with. He has Macular Degeneration where he's unable to drive now, he's severely hearing impaired and has mobility challenges including a service injury to his right knee but can use either a walker or cane to help (he receives about $133 a month for disability payments. He's also becoming unable to really fend for himself with regard to laundry, cooking, etc., and we've discussed with him going to an assisted living facility. The trouble is, dad is virtually broke, he has nothing but Social Security to live off of so in essence, I've been supporting him all these years. I have recently downsized to help with expenses but I'm at a point now where we're having to take him to doctors several times each month which is taking me and my wife away from work more frequently. I'm glad I found this program but I'm concerned he's not able to qualify. Aside from physical limitations, he's alert, coherent, isn't on much medication other than for pain management and can do pretty well but he and I both feel he would do well in one nearby facility in particular which is more of a retirement community but I don't have the funds for him to stay there and this program looks like it will help. I can work toward getting his Dr. to complete the medical form but I'm wondering if there are any other forms, submissions, etc. I need that would help with this. I would greatly appreciate your guidance and feedback. Thank you!!!