Since 1951, The Veterans Administration has been able to offer the Aid and Attendance as part of an "Improved Pension" Benefit program. Unfortunately, this program which can help so many families is one of America's best kept secrets.
If your loved one is in an Assisted living facility and requires the regular attendance of another person to assist in
- medication dosing
- taking care of the needs of nature
they may receive additional monetary benefits. Amounts vary, but the common range is between $12,000 to $20,000 each year, tax free.
MOVeteranAid.org hosts frequent Briefings and Workshops throughout the Eastern area of Missouri. Family members can learn how to navigate the red tape easily and efficiently. Even those who may not be presently qualified for the benefit can learn how to plan so that they can get it sooner. These briefing dates and times are updated frequently. For more information on locations and times, call 800-850-5504.
The VA grants improved pension (Aid and Attendance) after a review of a complex application. All the pieces must be in place before you submit an application if you want the fastest results.
The rules and regulations regarding this benefit come from a manual that has been revised over the course of the last 60 years. When we assist families with the process, be assured that your individual application will be supervised by a VA Accredited Attorney who will prepare your specific application in order to make it 100% approveable by the VA.
The VA Aid and Attendance Benefit requires applicants or their representatives to fill out about 27 pages of forms with up to 6 different schedules.
The process comes with about 17 pages of instructions and if you like complicated forms and small print, this is for you!
Discover a way to have a VA Accredited Attorney complete your entire Veteran's Aid and Attendance Benefit Application (27+ pages) at absolutely no cost to you or your family.