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A Resource That Can Make All the Difference to a Veteran at Home May Lie in a Pension Benefit Not Many Know About

By Kyle Laramie | Jul 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

For aging veterans at home, it can become extremely difficult to perform even the most basic tasks of everyday life. These veterans and others may lean on family and friends for a while, but given enough time, that can be an overwhelming challenge. Home care is one of the best options for these veterans. Unfortunately,…

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What Does a ‘Qualifying Veteran’ Mean When It Comes to Aid and Attendance Benefits?

By Christy Swadkins | Apr 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Care for Aging Veterans in Las Vegas NV: In order to be eligible to receive financial support through the Aid and Attendance Benefit, a veteran must be considered a ‘qualifying veteran.’

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Why Is It That Only ‘Wartime Veterans’ Are Eligible for Aid and Attendance (and What Does That Mean, Exactly)?

By Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA | Apr 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Care for Aging Veterans Millington TN-The Aid and Attendance Benefit is a pension program that is only made available to those who are considered wartime veterans. A person does not need to have served in a forward combat situation to be considered a ‘wartime veteran.’

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5 Things Veterans Should Know About Home Care Services

By Andy Niska | Jan 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Home care can be an incredible benefit for people who have some type of difficulty at home. It might be due to age, a health emergency, injuries, or something else. For veterans, it may be difficult to even consider home care support because of limited income and other challenges. Below are five things veterans should…

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The Feeling of Relief with Receiving an Aid and Attendance Award Letter

By Jermie Chadwick | Jan 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

George wasn’t sure if he was going to be approved for Aid and Attendance. At 82, he was living alone and having quite a difficult time with it. He noticed his strength diminishing through the years and even though he tried to exercise as often as he could, he was also facing numerous health issues.…

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Could A Veteran in Your Life Refuse Home Care for a Reason Other Than Pride?

By Kyle Laramie | Jan 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

You’ve been friends for years. In fact, you served in the Army together. As veterans, you understand what it means to serve and sacrifice. Perhaps your time of service was during the Vietnam War. It was a difficult period in your lives, but you both made it home safely. Through the years, as veterans, you…

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