Benefits Available to Veterans:
Aid & Attendance
The Aid & Attendance benefit is a form of assistance available to veterans that many are not aware of. Aid & Attendance offers eligible veterans and their widowed spouses the opportunity to receive home care at no cost to them.
How Many Hours of Care Could a Veteran be Eligible for Under These Benefits?
Once you are determined eligible for Aid & Attendance, you will receive monthly benefits from the VA that can cover up to 78 hours of care for a single veteran and up to 123 hours of care for two married veterans.
How Do I Learn About My Eligibility?
The process of applying and being approved for the Aid & Attendance benefits can be challenging for some. Comfort Keepers believes that it is always best to seek professional help to expedite the application process and offer you accurate direction. Professional help is FREE, and there are plenty of resources available to you:
- Elder law attorneys
- Local VFW
- Local American Legions
Please call us at (609) 890-2888 and we would be happy to lead you in the right direction of who to call.
What Online Resources Are Available For Me to Learn More?
There are many online resources available to learn more about this benefit. Comfort Keepers encourages you to do your own research to educate yourself as much as possible, but always consider using free professional help before determining your eligibility on your own.
- Learn more about the Aid & Attendance benefit
- Learn more about How to Apply for the Aid & Attendance benefit
- Learn more about Who is Eligible for the Aid & Attendance benefit
We THANK YOU for your service and now Comfort Keepers looks forward to serving you.