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Vicki Nagel

  • Position: Social Worker
  • Experience: 30 Years
  • Location: SIOUX FALLS SD. 57104
  • Email: vicki.nagel16@gmail.com
  • Phone: 605-310-3250

Personal Experience & Biography

Vicki Nagel, have been a licensed Social Worker in South Dakota working in elder care for 30 years. I am strictly a “Medicaid Consultant” and should not be considered as offering, legal, financial, investment or accounting advice or decisions.
Applying for Medicaid can be extremely complicated. There are innumerable guidelines to follow and even simple errors can result in a denial of benefits. The consequences of being denied
by Medicaid are severe and can negatively impact the applicants’ finances and peace of mind, especially when one spouse needs to continue to pay the bills at home.
The Medicaid application and review process are time consuming and overwhelming. I can help alleviate this process with one on one guidance and save the applicant time and unnecessary stress.
Together, we will calculate and carefully plan asset protection to meet all income and asset requirements.
I will develop the Medicaid application, file the application
and serve as Authorized Representative and interface with the Department of Social Services on your behalf.

Specialized Work

Bethany Home in Brandon

Long-Term Care Options in Brandon, South Dakota

Local Facilities:

While Brandon may have limited standalone LTC facilities due to its size, residents often have access to nearby options in Sioux Falls and other parts of Minnehaha County. These facilities offer various levels of care, amenities, and services tailored to individual needs.

Home Care Agencies:

Many home care agencies serve the Brandon area, providing a range of services that enable individuals to receive care in their homes. These services can include personal care, medication management, meal preparation, and companionship, among others.

Senior Community Resources:

Brandon and its surrounding areas may have senior centers, community organizations, or agencies on aging that offer resources, programs, or referrals related to long-term care services. Engaging with these resources can provide valuable information and support for individuals and families navigating LTC options.