Home Care Paid By Your Service to the Country

We provide quality care and help obtain funds for it.

Long-term care for veteran seniors can be very expensive. The Veterans Administration (VA) has programs to address this need. Most veterans are not aware of the eldercare benefits available through Veterans health care.

One particular VA program is called Veterans Pension or more commonly known as Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit. The VA's Aid and Attendance Benefit provides money to low-income veterans and surviving spouses who require daily assistance for necessary activities such as eating, bathing and dressing.

 

Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit can provide 10 to 20 hours a week of free personal care services for veterans and their spouses.

 

Three Eligibility Requirements

US Flag Icon Wartime veteran or surviving spouse.
US Flag Icon Non-service related medical condition.
US Flag Icon Limited financial means.

 

How do I qualify for up to 20 hours of free care per week?

Pension is for any veteran, age 65 and older who served during a period of war. The Veteran must have an honorable discharge, meet income requirements, and need assistance with daily living on a regular basis to stay independent in their chosen place of residence.

A lesser pension benefit is also available to the single surviving spouse of a veteran who served during a period of war.

Since Aid and Attendance is a pension benefit, in order to qualify, veterans need to have served at least 90 days, with at least one day during war time. They also need to have been honorably discharged. A service-related disability is not necessary to qualify.

We can help you qualify for 10 to 20 hours of free personal care services per week - Starting Immediately - Without any cost to you.

 


Fill out our Contact Form or call us at 617.910.2200.