Have you served during a qualified war period?
Have you served the consecutive period of 90 days?
Did you have a general or better discharge?
If you are a veteran, are you 65 or above?
If you are a widow, did you remarry after the death of the veteran?
QUALIFIED WAR PERIODS
WORLD WAR II – 12/07/1941 through 12/31/1986
If in service on 12/31/1946 with continuous service before 07/26/1947, this is acceptable as wartime.
KOREAN WAR – 06/27/1950 through 01/31/1955
VIETNAM WAR – “Feet on the ground” in Vietnam from 02/28/1961 through 08/05/1964
Starting 08/06/1964 through 05/07/1975 you did not have to be physically “in country” to qualify
PERSIAN GULF WAR – 08/02/1990 through (date to be determined)
The VA Aid and Attendance program provides a pension to help eligible veterans or eligible widowed spouses pay for care. The program can be used to help pay for in-home professional nursing care, assisted living rent, medical insurance premiums and much more. Veterans or spouses of the Korean or Vietnam Wars or World War II could be eligible.
up to $1,153 per month tax-free
up to $1,794 per month tax-free
up to $2,127 per month tax-free
• We offer a free phone consultation with a case manager to see if you qualify.
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