Veterans benefits referred to as the VA Aid and Attendance benefit, is designed for wartime military veterans who are receiving and paying for long term care.
The VA Death Pension benefit with Aid and Attendance is available to widowed spouses of wartime veterans who meet the same basic requirements.
2016 Maximum Monthly Benefit Amounts (Tax-Free)
- Married Veteran – up to $2120 per month
- Single Veteran – up to $1788 per month
- Widowed Spouse – up to $1149 per month
The VA application process can be very confusing. It is highly recommended you work with an accredited group or individual who has successful claims experience.
John Rosness, our VA Accredited Claims Agent has helped scores of families successfully plan for, and obtain, the VA Aid and Attendance benefit as part of their comprehensive plan for care. As the son of a World War II veteran John is deeply committed to helping veterans and family members learn about this wonderful benefit. He looks forward to guiding you through this process!