When you do finally get a human on the line, this is what they need to know about the applicant:
- social security number
- date of birth
- full name
- current address
- emergency contact names and numbers
- primary care doctor and contact info
- income and financial resources (They wanted to know exactly how much he had in each bank account)
- isurance programs and numbers for medical, life, and burial insurance
- monthly expenses--rent, utilities, medical bills, insurance on house, car, etc.
- what daily funcitons the applicant can and can't perform on their own (walk, dress, feed, shower, cook, laundry, etc.)
- cognitive ability
It's Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities division.