VA Aid and Attendance
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vaaidandattendance.com is a website designed as an informational tool to educate both veterans and those in our healthcare industry who are working with them to qualify them for this program.
Please remember that this site IS NOT AFFILLIATED in any way with the Veterans Administration or any other government agency. We do not provide legal or financial advice through this site although we may be able to refer you to these resources.
The VA Aid and Attendance program is designed to provide monetary assistance to those veterans who served our country during a time of war and are now in need of aid or assistance with activities of daily living. This aid or assistance can be provided at home, in an assisted living facility, or a nursing home and can be provided by friends, family, or healthcare professionals.
If you are a veteran and need help with such daily activities as cooking, cleaning, dressing, driving, mobility, or other assistance, this benefit can provide the funds you need to pay for help. Call us today at 877-752-0055 to learn more.
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help for those who have served
Veterans and their spouses or surviving spouses can receive up to $22,000 per year to pay for help at home, an assisted living facility, nursing home, or other senior housing. This improved pension is paid to you TAX FREE!!
What could you and your family do with nearly $22,000 per year TAX FREE to help pay for aid or assistance? Perhaps it could help you afford an assisted living facility or care at home that you otherwise wouldn't be able to pay for.
Here is an example of how this benefit works:
Social Security $1230
Cost of Care
Assisted Living Facility $2700
Medicine $ 300
Transportation $ 200
This Veteran is spending $1110 per month out of his/her savings to meet expenses.
This Veteran could qualify for over $1800 per month if he/she is married, or over $1500 if he/she is single, in TAX FREE money to help him/her pay for their care. How would your family benefit from this scenario?
The Veteran's new monthly income would be over $3900 per month with expenses of only $3200 per month!! Instead of taking $1110 per month out of savings, he/she would have over $700 per month of EXTRA INCOME!!
AND REMEMBER . . .this benefit is available for a veteran, their spouse, or their surviving spouse!!