Our trained staff can put you in touch with an Eldercare Professional who knows all of the details of the various benefits available to Veterans and their surviving spouses as a part of VA Disability Benefits. Included in that is the program commonly called Aid and Attendance. We can assist you in qualification, even if assets or income seem excessive.
What is the Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit?
It is a part of an “Improved Pension” Benefit provided by The Veterans Administration.
“Veterans have earned this benefit by their service to our nation. We want to ensure that every Veteran or surviving spouse who qualifies has the chance to apply.” – Jim Nicholson, Former Secretary of Veteran Affairs
Who are these Benefits for?
- Served at least 1 day during a period of active war with a total of 90 days of active duty.
- The Veteran did not have to see battle to be eligible.
- Received an honorable or general discharge.
Spouse of Veteran:
- Must have been married to the Veteran at the time of his/her death.