Veterans Benefits For Home Care

Veterans Benefits For Home Care

The Veteran Affairs Support & Attendance Pension program provides family members and people an extra means of meeting or minimizing necessary home care expenses. The A&A Pension plan can offer about $1,788 each month to some veteran, $1,149 each month to some living husband or wife, or $2,120 monthly to a couple. A veteran filing with a sick husband or wife qualified for about $1,406 monthly.

Several households forget the A&A Pension plan when it comes to veterans who are still independent but go with an ill husband or wife. Remember that in cases like this, when the spouse medical bills entirely cut their joint regular monthly earnings, the Veteran can file as a Veteran with a sick husband or wife.

Regardless of whether you or your member of the family qualifies for the A&A program, the Veterans Administration allows households to deduct the yearly cost of spending money on in-home care when determining their regular pension plan benefit. This annual cost than used to decide the benefit based on the new “countable income” and allows households earning more than the pension scheme benefit to receive disability earnings from Veterans Administration.

For more information contact Precedence Home Healthcare @ (614) 827-3222