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aid & Attendance

Aid & Attendance is complex, but we have over 15 years’ experience in helping Veterans or  their Surviving Spouse receive the VA’s maximum benefits. The Department of Veteran Affairs  offers a special benefit to war era veterans and their surviving spouses called Aid and  Attendance.  

This is a tax-free benefit designed to provide financial assistance to help cover the cost of long term care in your home, an assisted living facility or in a nursing home.  

This Benefit is for those veterans and surviving spouses who require the regular attendance of  another person or caregiver in at least two of the daily activities of living such as bathing,  dressing, eating, toileting, and transferring. 

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This is a TAX-FREE benefit that can pay for your care for the rest of your life. Don't Wait – a  married Veteran is eligible for up to $2431 per month to pay for their care.  

Basic Requirements Overview:  

  • 1) Active Duty during a period of war.  

  • 2) Medical Need for Assistance.  

  • 3) Less than $138,482 in total assets (excluding house and car).  

  • 4) Moderate Income in relation to out of pocket medical expenses.  

  • Ready to see if you are eligible?  

  • Step 1: Locate the Veterans DD-214 discharge paperwork.  

  • Step 2: Call (855) 382-VETS or email us at


We will take it  from there!

war dates for the A&A improved pension to be included:

  • World War II:  December 7, 1941-December 31, 1946

  • Korean Conflict: June 27, 1950-January 31, 1955

  • Vietnam Era: August 5, 1964-May 7, 1975. Veterans who served February 28, 1961-August 5, 1964, must have served “in country” (Vietnam).

  • Persian Gulf War: August 2, 1990- date to be prescribed by Presidential Proclamation or law. Persian Gulf veterans must have served active duty for two years or the full period for which they were called for active duty.

In-Home Care for a Senior Veteran or First Responder Families

1)  Use volunteers trained by a local provider for non-medical in-home care 
2)  Local providers donate some hours per week for senior in-home care 
3)   Fundraisers and corporate sponsorships to fund in-home care through local, licensed providers. 
4)   ADOPT a VET program; buy hours of care for veterans, surviving spouses and first responders.


We plan to adopt puppies, work with the veteran on the training of the dog and eventually turn over the dog or cat permanently to the veteran or first responder. These animals help with PTSD and other problems related to service.

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