Do you or someone you know need assistance with activities of daily living?

Did you know there are financial benefits available to veterans, or their surviving spouses, for non-service connected disabilities?

A veteran assist program may be available to you.

The Department of Veteran’s Affairs’ pension program known as “Aid & Attendance,” pays for personal care and assistance with activities of daily living. The pension is for veterans with at least one day of wartime service with an honorable discharge, and/or their surviving spouses. Certain medical and financial requirements must also be met. 

We want to make sure they get to stay in their homes and get the living assistance care they need.

Let us help you!

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