How can you use the funds in your trust?

Here is a guide to some of the areas where you can user your trust funds.

Supplemental Medical and Medical-Related Needs

  • Medications
  • Non-necessary medical care, services, and procedures
  • Special dietary supplements
  • Special equipment and clothing
  • Supplemental nursing care
  • Rehabilitative and physical therapy
  • Wheelchair, electric scooter, and/or other mobility aiding equipment
  • Medical implants, artificial limbs, and orthotics, and other similar items
  • Mechanical, electric, or other special beds
  • Psychological services
  • Dental, ophthalmic or auditory care
  • Home improvements to make the living environment more accesible
  • Cosmetic surgeries
  • Experimental treatments
  • Alternative medical treatments and medications
  • Similar care which public assistance programs may not otherwise provide, including payments to those providing services in the home or other locations

General Needs

  • Payments to caregivers
  • Attorney, Care Manager, and Guardian services and fees
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Clothing
  • Entertainment
  • Electronics, including
    • Phones
    • Television
    • Cable
    • Internet
    • Stellite
    • Wireless services
  • Visitation or vacation-related expenses
  • Recreational activities
  • Hard, nail, and other personal care
  • Stamps, writing materials, and packaging materials
  • Special sports and social memberships
  • Prepaid burial space
  • Insurance premiums on personal property