If you are a veteran needing care at home, there may be a resource you are unaware of. And this resource can help pay for care in your own home. It's called the Veteran Aid and Attendance Monthly Pension.
We know you are proud and independent. But everyone needs a little help sometimes. You deserve this.
You gave so much to your country and now it is time your country paid back. If you or your spouse are in need of home care and you are a veteran, SYNERGY HomeCare can help you to see if you qualify.
You may be eligible for this benefit if you get a VA pension and you meet at least one of the requirements listed below.
At least one of these must be true:
You may be eligible for this benefit if you get a VA pension and you spend most of your time in your home because of a permanent disability (a disability that doesn’t go away).
Note: You can’t get Aid and Attendance benefits and Housebound benefits at the same time.
SYNERGY HomeCare partners with several companies to help you determine if you qualify for the Aid & Attendance monthly pension benefit. These companies can also help you apply to the Department of Veterans Affairs to obtain this benefit and possibly obtain care before formal approval is made by the VA.
Please understand, getting awarded the Aid & Attendance benefit is an in-depth process requiring formal documentation of numerous aspects of your life, and it can take up to a year to get approved. However, the companies we partner with may be able to help you fund SYNERGY HomeCare services prior to formal approval by the VA.
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