Korea veteran rated 100% disabled – ALS, receiving $2,769/month from VA, is also entitled to other veteran’s benefits.
Review special monthly compensation, if requires A & A, an additional benefit beyond 100%, Form 21-526B. Also, dependent benefit money i.e. wife and any dependent children or parent(s) on this form and on a statement in support of claim form.
Furthermore, file for extended care services through the VHA. This may provide home care, sitters, etc. The form is 10-10EC. Although, the VA doctor will have to approve.
Additionally, file if veteran’s home requires remodeling (adaptation), form 26-4555 or form 26-4555d.
Also, if veteran dies of ALS, widow file for DIC. Widow can receive up to $1,686.00 per month, dependent upon length of marriage and medical needs. Besides, file for up to $2,000.00 in burial benefits and CHAMPVA.
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