We help veterans' families in North Carolina understand long term care benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Most veterans are not aware of the eldercare benefits available through veterans health care, through state veterans homes, through home renovation grants (HISA Grants), or for two disability income programs called Compensation and Pension. One particular program called Veterans Pension or more commonly known as the "Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit," can provide money to pay for home care for veterans. Aid and attendance can also be used to pay for assisted living for a veteran or the veteran's spouse and for nursing home care for a veteran or the veteran's spouse.
NBC Nightly News, February 23, 2007.
Here is a clip from NBC Nightly News which aired February 23, 2007. Please watch the short video for more information about VA's Aid and Attendance Benefit. Watch the Clip...
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Get up to $2,120 a month from the Department of Veterans Affairs for veterans who served on active duty during World War II, the Korean Conflict, or the Vietnam War. Get up to $1,149 a month from the Department of Veterans Affairs for single widows or widowers of veterans who served on active duty.
This benefit can help you pay anyone including your child for home care. It can also be used to help you pay for professional care in the home, for assisted living, or for nursing home. Imagine having an extra $2,120 a month that you didn't even know existed. Request Help
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