If you served during active duty during a wartime period (WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War or Persian Gulf War) or if you are the widow of a wartime veteran, you may be eligible for a monthly check from the VA. This program is known as “VA Aid and Attendance.” In many cases you could receive $1000 Read more
The VA program known as “VA Pension” or “Aid and Attendance” requires active military service during a wartime period. This is a non-service connected disability, that can help pay for costs of care at home or in a care facility. This active duty wartime service does not need to have been served in a combat Read more
You may be eligible for a monthly check from the VA… in many cases $1000 or $2000 per month or more for services you (or your spouse) performed for our country many years (even decades) ago. What follows in this article is a lot of legalese. And it’s important. In fact, some of my clients want to Read more
Help may be available for costs of home care or a care facility, for veterans who served during a wartime period and their surviving spouses. Through the Veteran Administration’s pension pension benefit called Aid and Attendance, these veterans and surviving spouses can get a monthly check depending on their income and assets. This program does not require a service connected disability, and it can make the difference between being able to get care at home or going broke in a care facility. There are also other programs that can be of assistance to a veteran.