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Everyone should get the chance to live their golden years to the fullest – especially our nation’s veterans. You’ve spent years dedicating your life to serving our country, now it’s time for you to unwind and spend time on relaxing. The perfect place to begin this new chapter is in a senior living community that takes care of veterans.
Peabody Retirement Community is one of only four senior living communities in Indiana that accepts VA contracts for long-term care, and that’s why we’re working to educate our nation’s heroes on the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance program to ensure our veteran residents receive the benefits they’ve earned.
Keep reading to learn more about the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance program, what it takes to qualify and how to ultimately apply to receive the benefits.
The Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Benefit program provides tax-free, monthly monetary payments to certain wartime Veterans that have financial need and to their survivors. Aid and assistance are additional monetary amounts that can be added to the amount of an individual’s monthly VA pension.
It’s easy to figure out whether or not you qualify for the program, you simply must currently be getting a VA pension and meet at least one of the requirements listed below:
If you are currently receiving a VA pension and meet one of the requirements listed above, you might be eligible for the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Benefit program.
In order to receive Veterans Administration Aid, you will need to complete your Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance application either by mail or in person. If you are eligible for the program, there are a few ways you can apply to receive benefits:
Join us on Tuesday, August 11th at 4PM for our virtual Veteran’s Aid and Attendance Benefits webinar. Did you know that as a wartime Veteran, or the spouse of a Veteran, you may be entitled to assistance as part of the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance Benefits program? Join our virtual webinar, presented by Dan Leininger, VA-Accredited Elder Law Attorney with Beers, Mallers, Backs and Salin, to learn more about the requirements to qualify.
RSVP to 260-201-3334 or by completing this form by Monday, August 10th to receive a link to the presentation and get the facts you need from the comfort of your home.