Confused about VA Benefits?
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Need Help with the Aid and Attendance Benefit?
Your VA Aid and Attendance Benefit
If you're one of our country's wartime veterans and you're over the age of 65, you may be wondering about your Aid and Attendance pension. Applying for these benefits may be confusing, that's why Veteran Care Advisors has made it their mission to help you.
Consultation for Aid and Attendance Eligibility
We provide a free consultation to help you navigate the bureaucracy of the VA benefits claim process. We thoroughly review all eligibility requirements, to ensure you receive the full benefit. Your claim is expedited with the help of an accredited VA attorney.
Why You Should Apply for the Aid and Attendance Benefit
Aid and Attendance pension can help you with:
- Long-Term Care
- Assisted Living
- Memory Care
- Home Care
- Family Support
- Medication Management
- Senior Living
Receive Up To $3,536 Per Month In VA Benefits
Veterans have sacrificed so much for their country. It's time you receive the benefits you've earned for your honorable service. We strive to help you obtain the maximum benefit you are entitled to receive.
Experienced VA Benefits Professionals
We work under the supervision of accredited VA legal professionals, and we advocate for senior veterans in need.
Get the Help You Need with Aid and Attendance
Our professionals are committed to advocating for you and your family.
I cannot express my appreciation enough for the assistance you provided for my father-in-law. You are providing a great service to these veterans who are in need of help and you provide the plan. The process was simple and the communication has been excellent. It was a very short turnaround on receiving the benefit as we were expecting 3-4 months and the process was completed in 2-3 weeks. Your knowledge of analysis of data and the forms to complete for priority consideration is the reason for this successful outcome. Thank you very much.
- Jerry Kohler
We could not have navigated the VA's forms and process without the help of Veteran's Care Advisors. VCA's help and their financial planning advice made the difference. It was definitely, definitely, definitely worth the small fee we paid. My 87 year old father-in-law is an air force veteran. In early 2021, he started declining rapidly. As a family, we started providing caregiving services and realized quickly that we needed more financial resources. Doctor's at the DeBakey VA Hospital provided information on VA benefits where we learned about the Aid & Assistance special monthly pension. Internet searches suggested that Dad qualified - but how to actually do it? That's where VCA came in. Several folks around Houston pointed us in their direction and we are glad they did. We were doing this for the first time. They have done this many times. They knew the process. They knew which forms were needed. The provided advice on completing the forms, as well as getting the needed signatures from the VA. In several cases, we provided the needed information and VCA completed the forms. Once the forms were ready, VCA filed them electronically. The filing was complete, and the only issue we ended up having in the submission were a couple of missing signatures. VCA helped us remedy the issue, and Dad was approved in about 2 months versus the many months it could have taken. On paper, the process is straightforward. In practice though, we could not have done this ourselves.
- Roger Huffaker
I was skeptical about using this service, believing that I was experienced and capable of filling out forms on line on my own. But was I ever wrong! Vanessa guided me patiently through this long and cumbersome process, and we had the best possible outcome: significant ongoing support for my mother, widow of a WWII veteran. We can't thank VCA enough!
- Lynn Parsons