Care Indeed helps aging veterans and their surviving spouses get VA funding for in-home care. During National Veterans and Military Families Month in November, it's time to alert those who may be entitled to a Pension with an added amount for Aid and Attendance from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The money received for the VA’s Aid and Attendance Pension can be used for a home care aide from Your Agency Name, for help with bathing, dressing, medication reminders, transportation, light housekeeping, and more.
Care Indeed partners with Veterans Home Care to offer the VetAssist© Program, which helps
eligible seniors with all the paperwork, application process, and ongoing VA compliance.
Even though the VA pension has existed for decades, many who are eligible for the VA’s Aid and Attendance Pension don’t know about it. This is especially true for the surviving spouse of a wartime veteran.
This assistance is free to all of our clients who qualify. By law, no person or organization can charge a veteran or his surviving dependents to apply for the VA Aid and Attendance Pension. However, Care Indeed pays for VetAssist Program services through an arrangement with Veterans Home Care.
One of the biggest advantages of the VetAssist Program is that qualifying clients receive a free, no-interest loan to begin home care before the VA application is processed. This means there’s no waiting game while the VA takes months to process the claim. The loan is repaid when our client is entitled and receives a retroactive payment from the VA.
“We trust the expertise and integrity of the VetAssist team. The company has a successful 17-year track record of helping more than 18,000 veterans and spouses receive the Aid and Attendance Pension,” says Dee Bustos.
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