What is the Veteran Aid & Attendance Benefit?
The Veteran Aid & Attendance Benefit pension provides benefits that can help veterans, their spouses or widows, to pay for long-term care at a senior living community which provides assistance with the Activities of Daily Living (“ADLs”). Applying for the benefit can get complicated. Income and asset limits do apply. Firms that specialize in navigating the requirements are available to help you with the application. From experience, we highly recommend you use a knowledgeable VA Accredited professional to help you. Your Community Expert can connect you to a knowledgeable professional that can help you determine your eligibility and assist you with your application if eligible.
Surviving Spouse Monthly
Veteran No Dependents Monthly
Veteran One Dependent Monthly
Veteran Married to a Veteran. Monthly
Connect to Help
Your Sinceri Senior Living Community professional can connect you to local professionals who understand this little known but helpful benefit for eligible veterans. Alternatively, Second Act frequently directs families to Patriot Angels, a firm that specializes in helping families and seniors understand the benefit. Second Act does not receive any referral fees for connecting you to Patriot Angels and we do suggest you conduct your own diligence before deciding who to allow to help you.
Who Can Qualify?
1. Are you a Veteran 65 or older, or 100% disabled?
2. Did you serve at least 90 days of active military duty?
3. Was at least one of those days during a period of war?
4. Did you receive an Honorable Medical, or General, discharge?
5. Do you meet the income and asset eligibility requirements?