Our long term health care is excellent and includes home support. I am my wife's sole care giver, but I may need a hip replacement in the near future. I am also concerned that if Parkinson's progresses more we may need to leave our home, in order to get additonal support. Do we get a letter from our Neurologist or what is needed to invoke long term health care?
My husband has PD with some cognitive loss. He is also on dialysis for end stage kidney disease. After his treatment his tremors are often severe. He is on sinimet and levo/dopa. I believe they are clearing his meds from his system
He also is only out of be for about 6-8 hours a day.
My DaTScan was inconclusive. I have many symptoms of PD minus tremors. The PA and neurologist say I have Chorea movements. They have been unable to provide a diagnosis. Any ideas?
My husband and I have Medicare insurance as our primary and we have excellent insurance with our retirement plan....Medicare has been great about paying for my husband to see a podiatrist and our insurance has picked up the balance....all of a sudden our insurance is denying our claim for podiatrist....they are saying it is routine foot care....and that I can appeal the denial but I will have to appeal it three times so they can deny it three times and then I will have to appeal… read more
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