Long-term Care for WWII Vets

Do you or a loved one need help with personal care? Most World War II veterans are now 90 years of age or older. Many have physical limitations that make it difficult for them to...

Veterans Administration Elder Care

Aid and Attendance is an important Veterans Administration elder care benefit that can help a veteran or spouse pay for in-home or facility care.  Benefit amounts range from $1,244 per month for a surviving...

VA Nursing Home Benefits

Do you or a loved one need nursing home care?  The services at skilled nursing facilities can be very expensive. Depending on the location, shared rooms can range anywhere from $50,000 to over $200,000...

Veteran’s Widows Benefits for Assisted Living

Veteran’s widows, also referred to as surviving spouses, may be eligible for a VA benefit called Aid and Attendance.  It provides up to $1,244 in monthly compensation to help cover the cost of facility...

VA Widows Benefits

The Veterans Administration provides financial help and other types of assistance to the widows of U.S. military veterans. Financial assistance includes a Survivors Pension for low-income widows, and Aid and Attendance for long-term care. According...

VA Assisted Living

Senior veterans who can no longer live independently may end up moving from their home to an assisted living facility (ALF). There are no VA assisted living facilities, but the Veterans Administration does provide...

Veterans Benefits for Spouses

Were you or a loved one married to a U.S. veteran? The spouse of a deceased veteran can get financial assistance and other types of help from the VA. Veterans benefits for spouses include: Survivors...

Veterans Administration Benefits

If you served in the U.S. military, you may be eligible for Veterans Administration benefits.  These benefits provide various types of assistance to service members, veterans, dependents, and survivors. Here are some of the...

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