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Find Legal Help.org, or call the Eldercare Locator at 800-677-1116 for referrals.For more information and resources see the Grandfamilies State Law and Policy Resource Center at Grand If you wanted to meet a nice man, you were expected to socialize often, and work was guarded in a different way—it was a different era.Now, women are expected to be equal to men in so many capacities—financially, career-wise, in education—yet the one disconnect was, and is, with relationships.• Aging Organizations and General Interest • Assistive Devices and Senior Gadgets • Caregiving and Support Services • Computer and Internet • Employment • End of Life Issues • Finances and Retirement • Grandparenting and Intergenerational Family • Government Resources and Assistance • Health Resources • Housing, Long Term Care and Universal Design • Insurance • Legal Issues and Resources • Leisure, Learning and Personal Growth • Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security • Older Drivers and Transportation • Relationships and Online Dating • Research and Statistics • Travel • Volunteering • State and Local Resources Dear Struggling, Money is often an issue for the millions of U. grandparents who are raising their grandchildren today.
While a man traditionally is always expected to make the first move, he risks rejection in a real way.
To learn more about these tax benefits call the IRS at 800-829-1040, or visit
You can also call the IRS publication line at 800-829-3676 and ask them to mail you the publications that further explain the aforementioned benefits. Health Insurance If your grandkids need health insurance, depending on your income level, you may be able to get free or low-cost health insurance through your state’s Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Or, if your household income is too high to qualify as a family, ask about the “child-only grant” for just the grandchild’s support alone.
Also, find out if your state offers any additional programs like guardianship subsidies, non-parent grants or kinship care. HHS.gov/ofa for contact information), or call your county social services office for more information on these programs.