Veterans Aide & Attendance Benefits

Learn More About Veteran's Benefits

There may be tax-free benefits available to wartime veterans and their spouses who are 65 years old and older through the Department of Veterans Affairs known as Aid and Attendance.

In essence, these benefits are intended to provide financial aid to assist those requiring assistance with tasks of daily living such as bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, and transferring so that the cost of long-term care can be offset.  This tremendous financial assistance for assisted living, memory care, or independent living can help ease your mind.

If you or a loved one has served and are looking into a senior living community that offers assisted living, memory care, or independent living, be sure to speak with your Senior Living Financial Specialist today for steps to qualify for Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits.

How to Qualify

You require help to perform activities of daily living

This means...
Assistance is neeed for bathing, feeding, dressing, toileting, adjusting prosthetic devices or protection from environmental hazards

You are bedridden

This means...
Your disability requires you to stay in bed when you are not receiving treatment

You vision is impaired

This means...
You have corrected visual acuity of 5/200 or less in both eyes or you have concentric contraction of the visual field to 5 degrees or less.
2023 Veterans Benefits

Under current law, we recognize the following wartime periods to decide eligibility for VA pension benefits:

  • Mexican Border period (May 9, 1916, to April 5, 1917, for Veterans who served in Mexico, on its borders, or in adjacent waters)
  • World War I (April 6, 1917, to November 11, 1918)
  • World War II (December 7, 1941, to December 31, 1946)
  • Korean conflict (June 27, 1950, to January 31, 1955)
  • Vietnam War era (November 1, 1955, to May 7, 1975, for Veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam during that period. August 5, 1964, to May 7, 1975, for Veterans who served outside the Republic of Vietnam.)
  • Gulf War (August 2, 1990, through a future date to be set by law or presidential proclamation)
Senior Living Financial Specialist is not affiliated with the VA and we are not a veterans services organization.

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