Many Senior’s have run out of money either by out living their monies or have lost monies in the down ward economy or simply do not have the monies for their care. What do you qualify for? There may be monies available for your care, you need to ask and find out how and what is available.
The pension is retroactive, meaning; you will receive monies back from the first day of the month after you apply. How long does it take to get the pension? 1-3 months. It will take longer to receive back pay when Alzheimer’s or severe Dementia is involved due to an additional step that is required by the VA.
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These are the documents we will review first to determine eligibility for the Aid and Attendance pension:
We trust and advise veterans and their families to work with Senior Care Associates to assist in reviewing these documents and to decide if pushing forward with the process will be beneficial.
The Aid and Attendance pension has helped many Veterans, spouses and surviving spouses increase their standard of living either by helping them afford care in their home, or the possibility of moving to or staying at a Retirement or Assisted Living and a Nursing Home.