My father is 92 & a WWII vet, in an assisted living facility for memory care. He & my mother lived there for 2 yrs prior to my mom passing away 1 month ago. The attorney wrote my mom's will so everything was in her name except for a trailer in FL (worth approx. $45,000) & all of it went into a supplemental needs trust for my dad when she passed. My dad has no access to this trust and I am the trustee. So, in essence, all my dad owns is the trailer. This was the attorney's way of making my dad possibly eligible for Medicaid in the future. The problem is that his facility doesn't accept Medicaid so I don't think that will matter. Can you answer the following questions? 1. Will the supplemental needs trust need to be listed on the A&A application? 2. Even if he receives A&A, if he does end up in a Medicaid facility, can he also receive Medicaid? 3. We need to sell the trailer & have a current offer. If we sell it between applying for A&A & being approved, will this create a problem? 4. If we apply for A&A & then change to another assisted living that is actually more expensive, will this create a problem with the application? Thank you for this wonderful site! I'm learning a lot. Guess I should have bit the bullet a while back & paid the attorney the $3500 he wanted to get the affairs prepared for A&A & file the application. It probably would have paid for itself by now.