Category 'Veterans Aid & Attendance'
Arrange qualified in-home care assistance as back-up to the primary caregiver for a Veteran who has Memory Loss. The goal is to be ready to call for a professional in-home caregiver when the circumstances arise.
Right at Home has learned that there will be no changes to the Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit for 2010. So, information you have received from Right at Home through one of our franchisees or from this blog will remain current. As always we will let you know of any changes as we learn of them!...
National Family Caregiver’s Month is just around the corner (November)! The National Family Caregiver’s Association wants to invite all caregivers to participate in their FREE teleclass, entitledSafe & Sound: How to Prevent Medication Mishaps to learn what they can do to minimize th...
Right at Home wants to make sure Veterans are aware of a little-known benefit that may help Veterans and their surviving spouses pay for home care (and other care services). If you or a loved one have any questions after reading this, please post your question in the comments area and we will make s...
Looking for a way to help Mom and Dad pay for Home care or assisted living? Perhaps you are their caregiver. Wouldn’t it be nice to receive some extra income to help you provide their care? There is financial help available for senior veterans and their spouses. Read more in the post below.
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