Time: 08:45 AM
Have you applied for Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) if you were eligible for this program that might free up some resources for other needs. Some agencies may have some supplies to donate such as Senior Centers of Office for Aging.
Location: Washington DC
Time: 08:39 AM
I would first find out if there are any caregiver support programs (for you), and then if they have a "discretionary fund" or a supply grant. I would also save receipts for all his supplies and care and see if he might be eligible for a Medicaid "spenddown", or if his physical level of care and his income would make him eligible (Some times called Nursing home eligible) for your states "Medicaid Waiver", because the income levels are much higher than regular Medicaid.
Time: 11:38 AM
Call your local Area Agency on Aging. They have a program called Family Caregiver Support Program (FCSP) and you can get reimbursed for incontinence supplies, nutritional supplements, over-the-counter medications, personal care, homemaking, and respite services purchased for your brother. The Area Agency on Aging also offers other programs your brother might qualify for--Community LIFE, PDA WAIVER, etc.
Time: 11:40 AM
Check out the Caregiver's Marketplace, www.caregiversmarketplace.com. "The Caregivers Marketplace™ is the nation's first cash back program for anyone who gives, gets or needs care. You can receive cash back on eligible products that are not typically covered by insurance or Medicare – no matter where you buy them. Our program is free and your information is always kept confidential."