VA Aid and Attendance Benefits
Are you eligible for VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits as a Veteran or survivor?
VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits provide monthly payments added to the amount of a monthly VA pension for qualified Veterans and survivors.
What is Aid & Attendance?
Aid & Attendance is a nonservice-related tax-free pension paid monthly for the rest of the veteran’s or his/her dependent’s life. It is a direct deposit to your account.
If the necessary care is in place, A&A can be used to offset the cost of room and board in an assisted or independent living community. It can also help offset the cost of a third-party care provider in a community or at your home. (Source)
- Surviving Spouse $1,432 Monthly / $17,184 per year
- Single Veteran $2,229 Monthly / $26,748 per year
- Married Veteran $2,642 Monthly / $31,704 per year
- Two Vets Married $3,536 Monthly / $42,432 per year
How to Apply
Our Management Team will help you work with the local VA Office to receive the maximum benefit. If you’re a resident of Branchwater Village, the process is expedited and much shorter than on average.
Here’s what you need to do to get started:
- Gather financial information about your income and net worth, medical records, and a written doctor’s report verifying the need for aid and attendance.
- Submit your intent to file through one of the regional offices.
- This is a series of steps involving paperwork and communication with the VA. We are here to help you make a successful application.