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Strategic Consulting

One thing we frequently hear from many of our families: “I have no idea what the next step is”. Strategic Senior takes a step back from any one solution, and helps our families look at the whole picture. Either pre-planning or in crisis situations where decisions need to be made fast, we are there to help. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Paying For Senior Care

There are many options to pay for senior care. At Strategic Senior, we provide a thorough evaluation on all of our client’s options to equip them with the information to make the most informed solution. We often hear that the options we present were never even considered by our clients, and often save our clients significant money throughout the process. Some of our options include:


Medicare is a federal health insurance program primarily for individuals aged 65 and older. It may cover a limited period of skilled nursing facility care following a hospital stay, but it does not typically cover long-term care services such as custodial care in nursing homes. Part of our evaluation is ensuring our clients are maximizing the benefits available to them.


Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that provides health coverage and certain long-term care services such as nursing home care. We partner with Medicaid Filing Connection to legally protect and restructure assets so individuals can qualify for these services. Learn more about eligibility and Medicaid Filing Connection here

Long-Term Care Insurance

Long-term care insurance is a type of insurance policy designed to cover long-term care services not typically covered by health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. It can help cover costs associated with nursing home care, assisted living facilities, and home health care. We evaluate benefits, if any, to ensure maximizing the benefits.

Private Pay

Families can pay for long-term care services out of pocket using personal savings, retirement funds, or other assets. Even if you are private paying for senior care, we can help you structure the funds to provide the maximum length of time of coverage.

Reverse Mortgages

 A reverse mortgage allows homeowners aged 62 and older to convert part of their home equity into cash. This option can provide funds to pay for long-term care services, but it’s important to consider the impact on home equity and eligibility for Medicaid.

Veterans Benefits

Veterans and their spouses may be eligible for certain benefits to help cover the cost of long-term care services through programs such as the Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit.

Assistance Programs

Texas offers assistance programs to help individuals cover the cost of long-term care services, such as home and community-based services waivers. We also evaluate local resources within the individual’s county to

Contact Us 

Need more information? Or would like to set up a consultation? Contact us today and ask to speak to a Strategic Senior Advisor