You may qualify for the Improved Pension Program provided by the VA—Basic, Housebound, or Aid and Attendance (A&A).
Aid and Attendance, the highest level of care in the Improved Pension Program, can help pay for care in the home, nursing home or assisted living facility. A veteran can be eligible for up to $1,632/month while a surviving spouse may qualify for $1,055/month.
Debbie Burak of VeteranAid.org is anxious to help you get the assistance you have not only earned but deserve. And she’ll respond personally to your email.
Her site (about Aid and Attendance only) is packed with information so read it and her Frequently Asked Questions prior to contacting her. You’ll learn from her experience. You’ll have access to all the proper forms. And she’ll keep you posted on the latest issues and events like the new VA Power of Attorney form.
Don’t miss out. Check out this valuable site. And thank you for your service to our country. We cherish you.
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