aidaly how it works

Easily Access the Benefits you deserve.

Here’s how it works.

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How it works.

1

Qualify

Answer a few questions and upload documents - insurance policies, trusts/estates, pensions, care plans etc. We'll scan our database of hundreds of public, private, and local programs and benefits to maximize your payout.

2

Apply

If you qualify, we do all the paperwork and keep you updated every step of the way. If you don't qualify, but could, we'll tell you how and what to do next.

Every hurdle - we'll jump it for you.

3

Collect

Sit back and watch your Aidaly Card™ balance grow! Access exclusive perks in the community. We'll ping you when new benefits and programs are made available or you become eligible.

Frequently Asked Questions

General

Glossary

Aidaly Caregiver

/aid,a,lee ˈkerˌɡivər/
noun
Someone who is regularly responsible for some of all of the physical care and emotional support of a family member who can no longer care for themself due to illness, injury, or disability whom is also a member of the Aidaly Community.

Aidaly Caregiver

/aid,a,lee ˈkerˌɡivər/
noun
Someone who is regularly responsible for some of all of the physical care and emotional support of a family member who can no longer care for themself due to illness, injury, or disability whom is also a member of the Aidaly Community.

Aidaly Caregiver

/aid,a,lee ˈkerˌɡivər/
noun
Someone who is regularly responsible for some of all of the physical care and emotional support of a family member who can no longer care for themself due to illness, injury, or disability whom is also a member of the Aidaly Community.

Aidaly Caregiver

/aid,a,lee ˈkerˌɡivər/
noun
Someone who is regularly responsible for some of all of the physical care and emotional support of a family member who can no longer care for themself due to illness, injury, or disability whom is also a member of the Aidaly Community.

Aidaly Caregiver

/aid,a,lee ˈkerˌɡivər/
noun
Someone who is regularly responsible for some of all of the physical care and emotional support of a family member who can no longer care for themself due to illness, injury, or disability whom is also a member of the Aidaly Community.

Aidaly Advocate

/aid,a,lee ˈadvəkət/
noun
Someone who works for Aidaly who is the point person for Aidaly Caregivers. This person helps with any questions, conducts surveys, and ensures Aidaly Advocates are cared for throughout their caregiving journey.

Aidaly Advocate

/aid,a,lee ˈadvəkət/
noun
Someone who works for Aidaly who is the point person for Aidaly Caregivers. This person helps with any questions, conducts surveys, and ensures Aidaly Advocates are cared for throughout their caregiving journey.

Aidaly Advocate

/aid,a,lee ˈadvəkət/
noun
Someone who works for Aidaly who is the point person for Aidaly Caregivers. This person helps with any questions, conducts surveys, and ensures Aidaly Advocates are cared for throughout their caregiving journey.

Aidaly Advocate

/aid,a,lee ˈadvəkət/
noun
Someone who works for Aidaly who is the point person for Aidaly Caregivers. This person helps with any questions, conducts surveys, and ensures Aidaly Advocates are cared for throughout their caregiving journey.

Aidaly Advocate

/aid,a,lee ˈadvəkət/
noun
Someone who works for Aidaly who is the point person for Aidaly Caregivers. This person helps with any questions, conducts surveys, and ensures Aidaly Advocates are cared for throughout their caregiving journey.

Care Recipient

/ker riˈsipēənt/
noun
Someone who needs ongoing assistance with everyday tasks and activities of daily living.

Care Recipient

/ker riˈsipēənt/
noun
Someone who needs ongoing assistance with everyday tasks and activities of daily living.

Care Recipient

/ker riˈsipēənt/
noun
Someone who needs ongoing assistance with everyday tasks and activities of daily living.

Care Recipient

/ker riˈsipēənt/
noun
Someone who needs ongoing assistance with everyday tasks and activities of daily living.

Care Recipient

/ker riˈsipēənt/
noun
Someone who needs ongoing assistance with everyday tasks and activities of daily living.

Activity of Daily Living (ADL)

/akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Activity of Daily Living (ADL)

/akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Activity of Daily Living (ADL)

/akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Activity of Daily Living (ADL)

/akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Activity of Daily Living (ADL)

/akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Instrumental
Activity of Daily Living (IADL)

/ˌinstrəˈmen(t)l akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Instrumental
Activity of Daily Living (IADL)

/ˌinstrəˈmen(t)l akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Instrumental
Activity of Daily Living (IADL)

/ˌinstrəˈmen(t)l akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Instrumental
Activity of Daily Living (IADL)

/ˌinstrəˈmen(t)l akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.

Instrumental
Activity of Daily Living (IADL)

/ˌinstrəˈmen(t)l akˈtivətēs fȯr ˈdālē ˈliviŋ/
noun
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are essential and routine tasks that are necessary for safe and healthy living, like moving from one place to another, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, using the toilet, and communicating with others. If a person cannot safely perform these activities without help, a caregiver assists them.