Claim Your Special Aid & Attendance Pension You Have Earned It, Hence You Deserve It


What is the Veterans Aids and Attendance Benefit?

The Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension is a federal assistance program offering a monthly payment from the Department of Veterans Affairs designed to provide care for veterans or surviving spouses who are disabled or might have trouble living independently. These do not have to be service-related injuries or disabilities.

The benefit is paid as an income to the veteran or surviving spouse, not the care provider, and the funds can be used for anything, although most need the money to pay for needed care and medical expenses.

The Aid and Attendance (A&A) Pension provides benefits for veterans and surviving spouses who require the regular attendance of another person to assist in any of the following ways: eating, bathing, dressing and undressing, mobility, transportation or personal hygiene. It also includes individuals who are blind, patients in nursing homes or assisted living facilities.

To qualify for A&A, your physician must establish that you require daily assistance by others to dress, undress, bath, cook, eat, care of prosthetics, leave home, etc. You DO NOT have to require assistance with all of these. There simply needs to be adequate medical evidence that you cannot function completely on your own.

AVAILABLE BENEFITS
$1,949 per month to a Married Couple, or
$1,632 per month to a Veteran, or
$1,055 per month to a Surviving Spouse

Levels of Need
Immediate Need of Assistance

  • Contact me today for Pre - Qualification Form
  • Acquire your DD – 214
  • If you qualify, you will be referred to an attorney to complete paperwork FREE of charge
  • Get the Benefits You Have Earned

Plan for “Future Need”

  • By planning in advance, you have more options available to you
  • While there are asset and income restrictions, there are ways to structure your estate to receive the benefits you deserve
  • Develop a Long – Term Care Strategy
  • For your assets to be secured, they must be structured properly. Plan now, to have peace of mind later

What does it take to apply for the A&A benefit?

  • Only 90 days of continuous, active duty military service, one day of which was during wartime
  • Any discharge other than a dishonorable discharge
  • Disabled … Or …. At least age 65!
  • Limited income and available assets. (Many assets are exempt, so with proper planning, you may qualify to receive all of your entitled benefits.

Declared States of War

  • Mexican Border Period 1916 – 1917
  • WWI 1917 – 1921
  • WWII  (December 7, 1941 – December 31, 1946)
  • Korean War (June 27, 1950 – January 31, 1955)
  • Vietnam War (August 5, 1964 – May 7, 1975)

February 28, 1961, for Veterans who served “in country” before August 5, 1964 through May 7, 1975

  • Gulf War 1990 – to present


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