FAQ

 
Am I Eligible?
 
ELIGIBILITY FOR THE AID & ATTENDANCE PENSION
 
Any War-Time Veteran with 90 days of active duty, 1 day beginning or ending during a period of War, is eligible to apply for the Aid & Attendance Improved Pension. A surviving spouse (marriage must have ended due to death of veteran) of a War-Time Veteran may also apply. The individual applying must qualify both medically and financially.

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To qualify medically, a War-Time Veteran or surviving spouse must need the assistance of another person to perform daily tasks, such as eating, dressing, undressing, taking care of the needs of nature, etc. Being blind or in a nursing home for mental or physical incapacity, or residing in an assisted living facility also qualifies. Call To find out if you qualify financially.

 
What Should I Expect?
 
WHAT TO EXPECT DURING FILING
 
It will take between 4-6 months on average for your application to be processed and to receive a determination letter. Due to the current backlog of claims to be processed this time frame can be much longer.

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How do I Apply?
 
There is much information that needs to be gathered and prepared when applying for the Aid & Attendance Pension. Please Call for details!
 
Canton: (734)495-9530 | Downriver: (734) 283-0546 | Jackson: (517) 499-7278

Benefits

Veteran Aid & Attendance estatement of monthly benefits:


Veteran and Spouse = $2054

Veteran only = $1732

Surviving Spouse = $1113

Married Spouse = $1360


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