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Attention Veterans – Stationed in Thailand between 1961 thru 1975.

Vietnam-era Veterans whose service involved duty on or near the perimeters of military bases in Thailand anytime between February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975 may have been exposed to herbicides and may qualify for VA benefits. The following Veterans may have been exposed to herbicides: U.S. Air Force Veterans who served on Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) bases at U-Tapao, Ubon, Nakhon Phanom, Udorn, Takhli, Korat, and Don Muang, near the air base perimeter anytime between February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975. U.S. Army Veterans who provided perimeter security on RTAF bases in Thailand anytime between February 28,…

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Many Veterans and their families are uniformed that the Veterans Administration has benefits that pay for home care providers.

Many Veterans and their families are uniformed that the Veterans Administration has benefits that pay for home care providers. Senior Life Care Planning, helps veterans qualify for those VA programs. Therefore, an in-home caregiver can provide services i.e. preparing meals, light housework, bathing, etc. for those Veterans who require assistance at home. Terri Mason, care manager for Senior Life Care Planning states that “There are many VA programs, which can help many veterans, their widows and families and we want to get the word out, so that our deserving veterans know these programs are available to them.”  A Veteran’s eligibility…

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Is a remarried veteran’s spouse entitled to Veterans Benefits?

Spouse is the widow of a, killed in action, WWII veteran.  She is currently married to a Korean War veteran.  If she remarried, after the age of 57 and after December 16, 2003, she should be able to retain the DIC from her first husband.  However, if she did not, and she becomes single again, she will obtain first husband’s DIC and CHAMPVA.  Otherwise, her current husband may qualify for his own veteran’s benefits. Nevertheless, she personally does not qualify for any veterans benefits, at this moment in time.

Join Senior Life Care Planning for an important and educational seminar by an Accredited VA attorney, David Wingate, about the VA’s Aid & Attendance Benefit.

Don’t miss this important event.

Attention Vietnam Veterans and Their Families!!!

  Are you a Vietnam Veteran who suffers with (or the loved one of a veteran who died of) Parkinson's disease, ischemic heart condition, or a B-cell leukemia or another condition that can be linked to one of these? Did you (the veteran) or the deceased veteran serve in the Republic of Vietnam, the waterways of Vietnam, or on the Korean DMZ any time from January 9, 1962 thru May 7, 1975? Did you (the veteran), the deceased veteran, or the deceased surviving spouse (or deceased child or parent) previously file a claim for benefits based upon the veteran having…

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Young children in military families are about 10 percent more likely to see a doctor for a mental difficulty when a parent is deployed than when the parent is home,

Senior Life Care Planning works with seniors and their families as advocates for their quality of life, whether at home, assisted living facility or nursing home.

Actual footage of VJ day in Hawaii. This is good film to watch and remember why.

Actual footage of VJ day in Hawaii. This is good film to watch and remember why.  Click here to watch VJ in Hawaii

Go. O’Malley introduces program, which provides veterans and their families with unique opportunities to enjoy the rich natural habitats of Maryland

The program has set 35 fall fishing trips for veterans and members of the armed services.

Free Canes for Veterans

A national program, “Hugo Salutes Our Veterans,” will provide at no charge 36,000 state-of-the-art Hugo Folding Canes to any U.S. Military Veteran in need of mobility assistance.

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