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Veteran's Care Coordination

Making Sure Veterans Receive the Benefits They Are Entitled To

As a veteran, you made sacrifices for our country. You were there for us when we needed you—now let us be there for you. Many U.S. veterans are unaware of the Aid and Attendance benefit. This benefit allows qualifying veterans and surviving spouses the ability to receive funding to pay for home care services.

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Eligibility

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Aid and Attendance benefit is available to honorably discharged veterans and their surviving spouses who meet eligibility criteria:

  • Must have served 90 days or more of active duty, with at least one day of service during a wartime period.
  • Must have a non-service-related medical condition, requiring assistance with activities of daily living.
  • Must meet the asset requirement (excludes home and car).
  • Must meet the ratio of income to medical expenses.
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Wartime Periods

World War II
12/7/1941 to 12/31/1946

Korean Conflict
6/27/1950 to 1/31/1955

Vietnam War Era
2/28/1961 to 5/7/1975 in Republic of Vietnam
8/5/1964 to 5/7/1975 outside Republic of Vietnam

Persian Gulf War
8/2/1990 to TBD

Our services include:

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Communication
We communicate with your healthcare providers on a regular basis to ensure your recovery is progressing as expected and notify them of any changes in your condition to head off any potential complications.
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Discharge assistance
We get you home from the hospital, settled in and comfortable, so you can get started healing.
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Medication reminders
Managing new medications is an important part of your recovery. Our caregivers make sure you take the medication you need, when you need it.
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Transportation
If getting to the pharmacy, grocery store or appointments is a challenge, your recovery could be at risk. We provide transportation to get you where you need to be, so you can stay where you want to be: right at home.
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Coordinate appointments
After a hospitalization, there can be a flurry of new appointments. Whether you need follow-up appointments with your general practitioner, a new specialist or a physical therapist, count on us to help you keep it all organized.
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Meal preparation
Nutritious meals are vital to a successful recovery. If you have been prescribed a new diet, let us help. Our caregivers prepare nutritious meals for any diet — even special diets for conditions such as diabetes or congestive heart failure.
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Housework
Your focus is on your recovery, not housework. Our caregivers take care of typical daily chores, such as vacuuming, washing dishes and cleaning the bathroom.
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Safety
You may be a little unsteady on your feet as you regain your strength. We can help prevent falls and assist you with movement and walking.
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Hygiene
Bathing, dressing and toileting can be difficult. Let our caregivers help you maintain your independence while recovering.

How to Apply

Right at Home is committed to providing aging veterans with the services they need and are entitled to receive. We are able to deliver personal care and respite services to qualified veterans, often at no out-of-pocket cost. We partner with Veterans Care Coordination™ to assist veterans and surviving spouses in obtaining the Pension with Aid and Attendance benefit. Veterans Care Coordination simplifies the complex process, and can often help get care started immediately. Contact us today at (501) 673-3166 for more information.

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