The Veterans Benefits Assistance Program provides Providence Place residents assistance to determine their eligibility to receive the Aid and Attendance (A&A) Pension available through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The program also provides assistance throughout the entire application process.
Who is Eligible?
The Aid and Attendance Pension provides benefits for veterans and surviving spouses who require routine assistance to perform personal functions required in everyday living either in a personal care or assisted living community or in their own home.
The amount awarded is determined by an individual’s assets, income and medical expenses. The maximum benefit amounts are:
Up to $1,881
Per month for the veteran
Up to $1,209
Per month for a surviving spouse
Up to $2,230
Per month for the veteran and his/her spouse
What We Offer
Our Veterans Benefits Assistance Program representative will assist residents and prospective residents to determine their eligibility for A&A as well as assistance throughout the application process which may take between six and 12 months.
For more information about this program or other Providence Place programs, contact the Senior Living Counselor at your local Providence Place community.