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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 and their spouses with a special benefit to help cover facility costs.

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Veterans Administration Benefits

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 main benefit programs:

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VA Nursing Homes

VA Nursing Homes

VA nursing home care includes several programs and services that can help sick or disabled veterans.

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Board and Care Homes for Veterans

Board and care homes (also known as residential care homes, adult family homes and personal care homes) are a type of care facility that can provide senior veterans with services similar to an assisted living facility, but in a smaller, home-like environment.

Most board and care homes are converted single-family houses located in residential neighborhoods.  In addition to room and board, residents have 24-hour a day supervision and assistance with personal care. Some facilities specialize in services for individuals with cognitive impairments or developmental disabilities. Read more

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