Is your aging parent a veteran or a veteran’s surviving spouse?
Have they signed up for the VA Aid and Attendance pension? Most veterans, over 65, do not know they may be entitled to Veteran’s Benefits, or have enquired, but because of they have been told they may not be eligible or the complex forms to complete, they give up. However, we have found that veterans can qualify, and we can complete the paperwork for them.
With Veterans Benefits you can help offset some of the costs of home care and/or assisted living care. Additionally, Veterans are also eligible to receive free medications from a VA mail-order pharmacy after they receive the pension. Consequently, if you are paying a high Medicare Part D – Prescription Drug monthly cost or deductible, the VA pharmacy maybe a better alternative.
For more in to increase your monthly income, please contact us about a FREE HANDBOOK about VA Benefits, written by David Wingate, an accredited VA Attorney, of Senior Life Care Planning, LLC, go to firstname.lastname@example.org or if you require additional information about VA Benefits, visit our Maryland Veterans Benefits
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