We're proud to serve our nation's war-time era veterans by helping educate them about the Aid and Attendance benefit.


Veteran's Aid and Attendance Benefit

This benefit is part of the Improved Pension program that is administered by the Department of Veteran Affairs and is available for veterans and their spouses who served active duty for at least 90 days during a congressionally-appointed period of war.

Non-Service Connected VA Pension

The Aid and Attendance benefit is a tax-free pension that is payable directly to the veteran or spouse and may be used to offset the cost of:

  •  Home Care

  •  Independent Living

  •  Assisted Living

  •  Memory Care

  •  Nursing Home

Maximum Annual Improved Pension with Aid and Attendance

* Rates may increase with Social Security Wage Increases.

Eligible Wartime Periods

How do I Qualify for the Benefit?

The VA looks at three things when approving the benefit:

  1. Service Record

  2. Income/VA Deductible Medical Expenses

  3. Assets


Many veterans don’t apply for the benefit because they think they are overqualified, or are simply unaware that the benefit exists.  Other veterans have been misinformed regarding the benefit. If you have questions, call us and let us see if we can help.