Today, Wednesday, November 11, 2015, we pause to remember and say thank you– today is Veterans Day. To all the great American heroes, our veterans, thank you. Your selfless service often goes unnoticed, but at least for today, America stops to remember and to say thank you.
John F. Kennedy famously said, “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”
At Preferred Care at Home we have the honor of serving our veterans and helping them remain independent in the home they love. If you are a veteran in need of home care, but are unsure whether or not you can afford senior care, there is help available. The Aid and Attendance Benefit is one of the most underused VA benefits and could be the assistance you need to remain in the home you love.
For 2015, the maximum yearly benefits for Aid and Attendance are as follows:
- Surviving spouse of a veteran: $13,794
- Surviving spouse with one dependent: $16,456
- Veteran with no dependents: $21,466
- Veteran with one dependent: $25,448
To learn how you can qualify for Aid and Attendance, contact a Preferred Care at Home location near you.
If you have questions about senior home
care services or if you want to start care:
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