Typical VA awards range from $13,000 to $25,000+ per year. The VA provides a special benefit to veterans and spouses who are in need of assistance with activities of daily living. Contact us today and one of partner VA Accredited Attorneys can provide a free consultation to further explain the disabled veteran benefits program requirements, answer any questions, and provide a roadmap to qualifying for the much-needed help.
Qualifying for Aid and Attendance
A veteran must have served in active duty during the World War II, Korean Conflict, Vietnam, or Persian Gulf War era. Service does not need to be foreign or combat related in order to qualify.
A veteran or spouse must be in need of daily aid and attendance in order to avoid the everyday hazards of his or her environment. Care at an assisted living or from in-home private-duty caregivers will qualify.
A veteran or spouse must be paying out-ofpocket for costs relating to their long-term healthcare needs
Aid and Attendance has certain asset and income requirements that a veteran or spouse must meet in order to qualify.