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Aid and Attendance

Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension

Are you or a loved one a wartime veteran? Do you require home care or veterans assisted living? You can save thousands of dollars each year by utilizing the VA Aid and Attendance (or Aid and Assistance) pension. Click below to let us help you get started today!


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Aid and Attendance Eligibility Requirements

Generally speaking, there are three eligibility requirements for veterans seeking the Aid and Attendance pension. They must qualify financially, medically, and they must qualify as a war-time veteran. Spouses as well as surviving spouses may also be eligible.

To read more about eligibility requirements, click here to access our in-depth description. Or get started by clicking the button below.

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Veterans Benefits For Assisted Living

Find out all about assisted living for veterans, read our Aid & Attendance blog and visit our Aid and Assistance Frequently Asked Questions page.


Assisted Living Care Options

More veterans every day are seeking the assistance of the Aid and Attendance pension to help cover the costs of associated with assisted living. You may qualify for this pension if you served during a war, your income is below a certain level and you are disabled or over the age of 65. Surviving spouses of veterans who fit these criteria qualify as well.

Fill out our form to speak with a representative about the Aid and Assistance process. The pension is applicable to in-home care as well as those in assisted living facilities. Home care providers can help each patient with daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, eating, or hygiene. They can also provide much needed companionship.

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