Welcome to our web site. We are the premier web site for information on one of the
Veterans’s Administration’s most underutilized programs, the VA Aid and Attendance
Pension. This program awards pensions to wartime veterans, their spouses, or their
surviving spouses to help pay for home healthcare, assisted living, nursing home
or memory care when the need for such care is not service related.
2013 Pension Amounts
Maximum Monthly Pension*
Married Veteran $2053/mo
Single Veteran $1731/mo
Surviving Spouse $1112/mo
Dependent Spouse $1327/mo
Two Married Veterans $2675/mo
*Monthly pension is determined based on income and eligible expenses
Because you served our country during a period of war, you have earned special recognition
and benefits. The VA Aid and Attendance Pension is designed to re-pay you and your
family for the sacrifices you made when we needed you most. Whether you served in
WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, or the current Gulf War, you have earned our
respect for the time and dedication away from family and friends.
If you are 65 or older, a veteran of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Merchant
Marines, or Coast Guard, and you served at least one day during a period of war (you
did not have to be in combat) and received any discharge other than dishonorable,
you may be eligible for funds to help pay for long-term care expenses at home or
in a care community.
To learn more, explore additional details here on our web site or call us at 317-564-5056.
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vaaidandattendance.com is not affiliated with the Veteran’s Administration or any
other government agency. We are an independent financial and legal advisory firm
that assists families with understanding and qualifying for this benefit.