· Veteran must have served at least 90 consecutive days of active duty, at least one day during a period of war. Active combat is not a requirement.
· Honorable discharge.
· Require the need for assistance with activities of daily living. Assistance includes eating, bathing, dressing, walking and toileting. It’s not required to meet all of the assistance needs.
· Monthly income and asset requirements.
· A minimum age is not a requirement for benefits.
In 1952, Congress passed Title 38 of the United States Code, creating what we now call the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and authorizing benefits for veterans. One of these benefits is the Non-Service Connected Pension with “Aid & Attendance.” Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit
What is the aid and attendance pension benefit?
Aid and attendance is a tax-free benefit distributed to eligible honorably discharged veterans or their surviving spouses. It’s the highest level of Veterans Administrations Improved Pension Program.
· Private Pay
· Long Term Care Insurance
· Veterans Benefits
· And More
Please do not hesitate to call us regarding your long-term care insurance policy. No question is too large or too small for us to answer.
We are here to assist you with all of your homecare needs.
Give us a call at 832-504-9709
Long term care insurance can be used for non-medical in-home care service. Healing Through Caring Homecare representative can assist you in understanding the requirements of your policy, including elimination periods, daily maximum, lifetime benefits, and coverage.
Non-medical long term care insurance can cover your activities of daily living such as:
· Bathing & Showering
· Ambulation (help with mobility and transferring)
· Grooming (assistance with personal hygeine)
· Feeding (not including chewing or swallowing)
For more information give us a call at 832-504-9709 and speak with a representative from Healing Through Caring Homecare.
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