VA AID AND ATTENDANCE

- You’ve Earned to Get the CARE You Deserve -

 

“Since the first time I received a phone call from “At Home Personal Care” to receiving the VA benefits for my Dad, I have had excellent service from their associates. They came to our home and explained the program to us in full. Giving us the assistance we needed in processing the application that in turn would give money to help offset the cost of his health care needs. They helped us step by step in the application process. And the best part it was free. My Dad couldn’t be happier knowing he has the VA benefits coming to him each month. A great group of people to work with. Thanks for the help.” - Bill K.​

​​The VA Aid and Attendance Benefit is an important benefit and is often overlooked by many veterans and their spouses. The VA does not normally contact veterans to inform them of a benefit. Sadly, very few people are aware that this benefit exists. At Home Personal Care works diligently to provide our families and community the information needed to obtain this widely under-used benefit.

The Aid and Attendance Pension provides benefits for veterans and surviving spouses who require the regular attendance of another person to assist in eating, bathing, dressing and undressing or taking care of the needs of nature. It also includes individuals who are blind or a patient in a nursing home because of mental or physical incapacity. Assisted care in an assisting living facility and private duty or home care are included.

​​Here are the 2015 Maximum Monthly Pension Rates for Aid and Attendance

 

  • Husband and spouse with no rating allowances -- $0 to $1,381 per month

  • Husband and spouse with housebound allowance -- $0 to $1,615 per month

  • Husband and spouse with aid and attendance allowance -- $0 to $2,120 per month

  • Single veteran with no rating allowances -- $0 to $1,054 per month

  • Single veteran with housebound allowance -- $0 to $1,615 per month

  • Single veteran with aid and attendance allowance -- $0 to $1,788 per month

  • Surviving single spouse of a veteran with no rating allowances -- $0 to $707 per month

  • Surviving single spouse of a veteran with housebound allowance -- $0 to $864 per month

  • Surviving single spouse of a veteran with aid and attendance allowance -- $0 to $1,149/m


To qualify for Aid & Attendance:
 

  • At least 90 days of active duty, but need not have served in combat

  • One day of active duty during a period of war

  • Discharged from service under conditions other than dishonorable

  • It needs to be established by your physician that you require daily assistance by others to dress, undress, bathing, cooking, eating, taking on or off 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.

  • Financial qualifications must be met. Contact us for more information.

​Please contact us for more information on how to get started. (214) 540-4940
To request military records online, click here.

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