THANK YOU for your Service!
If you are a veteran or a surviving spouse of a veteran who served during one of the designated wartime periods, you may qualify for up to 80 hours of FREE care every month! This tax-free benefit is called Aid and Attendance and is provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
The Aid and Attendance benefit is designed to provide financial aid to help offset the cost of care for those who need assistance with the activities of daily living such as eating, dressing, toileting, and bathing.
We are dedicated to helping these wartime veterans or their surviving spouses apply for and receive this benefit which they so deserve!
WHAT WE DO FOR YOU
Help you determine if you qualify for the Aid and Attendance benefit.
Assist you to identify and obtain the required documents for the application.
Help you complete and submit the application.
We provide your home care right away. No money out of pocket.
Monitor your application progress and assist with responses to VA requests for additional information until your pension is approved.
|Monday – Friday||9:00 – 5:00|
|Saturday||9:00 – 5:00|
|Sunday||11:00 – 4:00|
Do you have the “3 M’s?”
Military. The Veteran must have served at least 90 days of active duty with at least one day during a period of war, with an honorable discharge. Persian Gulf War veterans must have served two years of active duty. A surviving spouse must have been married to the veteran at the time of his passing.
Medical. Must require the assistance of another person to perform some of the daily activities of living. Must be 65 years and older or totally disabled.
Money. Must meet income and countable asset criteria established by the VA.
Did you serve during one of the VA defined periods of war?
World War II: Dec 7, 1941 – Dec 31, 1946
Korean conflict: June 27, 1950 – Jan 31, 1955
Vietnam era: Aug 5, 1964 – May 7, 1975. For veterans who served Feb 28, 1961 – Aug 5, 1964, must have served “in country” (Vietnam).
Persian Gulf War: Aug 2, 1990, through date to be prescribed by Presidential proclamation or law. Must have served two years of active duty.