VETERANS CASH BENEFITS AVAILABLE!!
Aid in Attendance is a cash benefits program that can pay for all, or a substantial portion of the cost of in-home care, assisted living care, and nursing home care for disabled veterans, their spouses and widows of veterans. There is also a death benefit available.
To be eligible, the veteran must have been on active duty during specific wars (listed below). The disabled veteran, disabled spouse or widow must also meet certain medical, financial, and age requirements (listed below).
Must require the assistance of another person to perform tasks of daily living such as eating, dressing, toileting, bathing, walking, etc.
Assets: Must have less than $80,000 in assets excluding the home and vehicles.
Income: Countable family income must be below a yearly limit set by law.
Age Requirements: 65 or older or under 65, if disabled.
Eligible War Periods:
- WWII 12/7/1941 - 12/33/1946
- Korean War 6/27/50 - 1/31/55
- Vietnam 4/5/64 - 5/7/1975
- Persian Gulf 8/2/1990 to a date to be set by Presidential Proclamation
Applying for Aid in Attendance Benefits
Applying for Aid in Attendance requires submission of an application together with a host of supporting documents. Unfortunately, it is a time-consuming process. You can spend countless hours and potentially hundreds of dollars locating and compiling all of the necessary documents.
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After you complete the Application Kit
After you complete the Application Kit, you must submit your documents to your local Veterans Regional Office. You can find your regional office at the following link: