my grandson has a Medicaid card that has expired. How can we get this fixed?

A) If your grandson’s Medicaid card has expired, you can follow these steps to renew it:

  1. Contact the Medicaid agency: Contact your state’s Medicaid agency to find out the steps for renewing your grandson’s Medicaid card. You can typically find contact information for the agency on your state’s Medicaid website.
  2. Submit a renewal application: Depending on your state’s process, you may be able to renew your grandson’s Medicaid coverage online, by mail, or in person. The Medicaid agency will provide instructions on how to renew the coverage.
  3. Provide updated information: When renewing your grandson’s Medicaid coverage, you may be required to provide updated information, such as your household’s income and expenses, to determine your eligibility.
  4. Wait for approval: Once you have submitted the renewal application, you will need to wait for approval. The Medicaid agency will review your information and notify you of the decision.

It’s important to renew your grandson’s Medicaid coverage before it expires to avoid a gap in coverage. If you have any questions or need additional assistance with the renewal process, you can contact your state’s Medicaid agency for further guidance.

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