Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits and Housebound Care Allowance for U.S. Veterans
This program and the Housebound Care Allowance are to help veterans and their surviving spouse afford the at home care they need to maintain their health and independence.
How much will I receive?
Military Benefits vary depending on your service, health needs and personal situation. The below chart shows estimated benefit amounts you may qualify for:
|VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits|
|Veteran’s Status||Estimated Monthly Amount||Estimated Annual Amount|
|2 Married Veterans||$3,261||$39,036|
The problem is cutting through the red tape of the Application Process.
Do you qualify for Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits or Housebound Care Allowance?
The following are the main qualification requirements:
- Must have served at least 90 days of active duty with at least one day during a period of war.
- Must have anything other than a Dishonorable discharge.
- A surviving spouse must have been married to the veteran at the time of his passing.
- Must require the assistance of another person to perform some of the daily activities of living.
- Must meet income and countable asset criteria established by the VA.
- Must be 65 years and older or totally disabled / housebound.
A-1 Home Care has an online questionnaire at the bottom of this page to better determine if you qualify for the Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits Program or Housebound Care Allowance.
All information provided is kept confidential and secure. We do not share or sell your information.
- Screen for eligibility
- Provide application and checklist of all required documentation
- Provide Resources to Help with Application Process
- Provide updates throughout the process
- Maintain copies of Case / Care Notes, Plan of Care and Invoices
- Upon approval of application, we submit all documentation pertaining to services received to VA to expedite your retroactive reimbursement
We have been a VA Approved Home Care Provider since 1991 and are dedicated to helping the men and women who put their lives on the line to serve our country.
Call now for the Step-by-Step Assistance you need to receive the home care services you deserve.
FIND OUT IF YOU QUALIFY
To see if you quality for the Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit, please fill out the form below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can someone charge to help fill out the forms?
I have power of attorney; can I fill out and submit the application on the veteran’s behalf?
What documents are required?
- Original copy of the discharge from service – typically DD 214 or form WD – is required. Veteran will not qualify if they have a dishonorable discharge.
- For a surviving spouse, a marriage certificate or other proof may be necessary
- Proof of recurring medical expenses
- Birth certificates of dependent children are usually not required but may be necessary under certain conditions:
- A dependent child is a minor
- a dependent student under age 23
- a totally dependent adult child