Wayne, Pennsylvania-based AidandAttendance.com has just updated its eligibility tool that helps wartime veterans know if they qualify for the VA’s Aid and Attendance benefit.
WAYNE, United States - May 13, 2021 /PressCable/ —
AidandAttendance.com of announces the launch of its updated eligibility tool for veterans. With this platform, retired military personnel can quickly check if they qualify for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Aid and Attendance benefit.
More information about the company is available via https://www.aidandattendance.com
This service was launched to fast-track the process of applying for the above-mentioned benefit. The quick survey takes only about five minutes to complete and provides users with the next steps for the application process.
According to the company, the Aid and Attendance benefit is for wartime veterans and their spouses. It helps pay for assisted living care, home care, and adult daycare. This benefit was established by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as a tribute to the brave service of personnel who fought in World War II, the Korean Conflict, and the Vietnam War.
AidandAttendance.com adds that veterans can receive anywhere from $1,244 to $2,295 a month if approved. However, many of them do not know this benefit and thus miss out on much-needed financial aid.
To solve this problem, AidandAttendance.com created a simple tool to help determine their eligibility for the benefit. It can be accessed for free by both veterans and their relatives on the company’s website.
The survey starts off by asking who the intended recipient of the benefit will be. Users will then be asked to provide preliminary details about the veteran’s service, such as which wartime era they fought in and the length of their deployment.
After answering all of the questions, the tool will indicate if a veteran is a good candidate for Aid and Attendance. Moreover, it will also provide a ballpark estimate of how much aid they can receive each month.
Those who wish to apply for the benefit can also rely on AidandAttendance.com to facilitate the process. It has an online application software that drastically shortens the application procedure so veterans can receive their benefits sooner.
A spokesperson says: “For more than a decade our team has educated thousands of veterans and surviving spouses throughout the country about the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Aid and Attendance Pension. Our mission is to honor these brave servicemen by helping them access this oft-overlooked benefit.”
Interested parties may visit https://www.aidandattendance.com if they wish to learn more.
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