At times, it can feel like veterans are often forgotten when it comes to receiving the assistance they need for care and living. Veterans have sacrificed for our country and we at Scott Counsel want them to know that they are not forgotten here. If you are a family member to a veteran, you may be curious as to what help might be available to them or what, if anything, you can do to help them too.
Trying to make sense of veterans’ benefits or even what those benefits might be can be difficult, so here are some questions to get you started:
- What is the Aid and Attendance benefit?
- What are the requirements for receiving the Aid and Attendance benefit?
- Who can help me in filing a claim to receive the Aid and Attendance benefit?
- What is a pension benefit?
- What are the necessary requirements to receive pension benefits?
We can help you figure out the answers to these questions and more. As with any journey into elder care, we often are left with more questions than we know what to do with, and it is vital that those questions be sorted and dealt with accordingly. We know that, oftentimes, people who come through our doors are overwhelmed with a million different things at once, and we take pride in being able to slow things down and deal with each individual aspect of your issue one at a time. That way, no one is overwhelmed by anything and everyone is assured of getting the help that they so desperately need. After all, providing great care starts by simply knowing what you are up against, and seeing it in a less intimidating light. Our end goal is to help you have the tools you need that will give you the confidence to provide the best possible care for your loved one.