VA Aid and Attendance benefit provides a monthly payment added to the amount of a monthly VA pension for qualified Veterans and survivors. If you need help with daily activities or you’re housebound, find out if you qualify by contacting George and Adele, and they will assist you with your application.
Am I eligible for VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits as a Veteran or survivor?
You may be eligible for this benefit if you are a veteran that served in the qualified time periods or get a VA pension and you meet at least one of these requirements.
What Is Aid and Attendance?
Wartime veterans and their spouses who require help performing tasks of everyday living (bathing, dressing, medication management, etc.) may be eligible to receive a non-service-connected pension benefit through the VA to help pay for care in their home or in a senior living facility. The A&A pension is available to veterans who were honorably discharged after at least 90 days of active duty as well as their surviving spouses.
New Pension Rates for 2022
In 2022, a veteran may receive up to $2,050 per month for themselves, up to $1,317 per month to a surviving spouse, or up to $2,431 per month for a couple. For two veterans who are married and qualify, the benefit amount may be up to $3,253 per month.