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VA’s comprehensive medical benefits package offers care and services that are designed to:
Promote good health
Preserve your current health
Restore you to better health
This includes treating illnesses and injuries, preventing future health problems, improving functional abilities and enhancing quality of life.
We provide a full spectrum of medically necessary services, based on the judgment of your VA primary care provider and in accordance with generally accepted standards of clinical practice.
These services include:
Primary Care Health Promotion Disease Prevention Diagnosis
Palliative Care Surgery Prescriptions For Medications
Critical Care Mental Health Care Women’s Health Care Orthopedics
Radiology Physical Therapy Rehabilitation
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The maximum annual benefit for the Aid & Attendance level of pension is:
Veteran with no Spouse or dependent children: $20,794*
A married Veteran where the Veteran requires care: $24,651*
Surviving Spouse of a Veteran: $13,361*
How do you qualify for the Aid & Attendance Benefit?
The Veteran's Administration offers pension benefits to Veterans
(or Surviving Spouses of Veterans) under two circumstances.
1. If the Veteran:
received discharge from service under any condition other than dishonorable,
served at least 90 days of active military service 1 day of which was during a war-time period,
AND (or Surviving Spouse) is age 65 or older.
2. The Veteran is permanently and totally-disabled AND total
countable family income is below an annual limit set by law.
Periods of wartime are:
World War I: 5/9/1916-11/11/1918
World War II: 12/07/1941-12/31/1946
Korean Conflict: 6/27/1950-1/31/1955
Vietnam Era: 8/5/1964-5/7/1975
Persian Gulf: 8/20/1990-present
Aging and senior care resources for Veterans
Based on conversations with community leaders across the US, many aging veterans are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help maintain their independence and quality of life. So we created a series of a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and care options. You can read more about our work here:
Mary Williams Community Outreach and Senior Advocate (800) 204-7132 firstname.lastname@example.org
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