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Veteran's Aid and Attendance

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Are you a war time veteran? Do you suffer from any non combat aliments, diseases, sicknesses, and or disorders? If you answered yes to both of the both of the above questions you may qualify for a free VA funded benefit.  This benefit is called Veterans Aid and Assistance.

What is it?
Aid and Assistance is a special “pension benefit” which pays for a private Caregiver to assist in the daily activities of living, including eating, bathing, dressing and mobility. Includes care in the home and in assisted living communities. Sometimes it includes care in a nursing home if the patient is blind or has mental or physical incapacity.

Who Qualifies?
Veterans who served in the following wars (includes spouse/surviving spouse). Veteran must have served 90 consecutive days, with at least 1 of those days during “wartime”, even if they were not in a combat zone. 

  • Indian War
  • Spanish-American War, including the Moro Province hostilities
  • Mexican Border War
  • World War I
  • World War II
  • Korean Conflict
  • Vietnam Era
  • Persian Gulf War

Financial Qualifications:
Less than $80,000 in assets (excluding home and vehicles)

How much care does Aid & Attendance pay for?

  • Up to $1,519 per month for a Veteran
  • Up to $976 per month for a Spouse
  • Up to $1,801 per month for a Couple

How do you start an Aid & Attendance Caregiver?
To get started or to get more information about this wonderful free benefit please give us a call at 1(866)704-5938 or please fill out the form below:

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