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The Veteran Affairs Aid & Attendance Pension program offers families and individuals an additional method of meeting or reducing vital home care costs. For qualifying veterans and their spouses, the A&A Pension provides up to $1,758 per month to a veteran, $1,130 per month to a surviving spouse or $2,085 per month to a couple.

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Whether or not you or your family member qualifies for the A&A program, the VA allows households to deduct the annual cost of paying for in-home care when calculating their regular pension benefit. This annual cost is then used to calculate the benefit based on a new “countable income” and allows families earning more than the pension benefit to receive a disability income from VA. This income can be a welcomed supplement for families struggling to provide home-based elder care for their loved ones.

Frequently Asked Questions on Veteran’s Benefits
Does Griswold offer special care or pricing to veterans?
Griswold Home Care does not offer special pricing to veterans, but we are committed to making sure they receive the best non-medical in home care available. Most offices have a partnership with their local VA and are very active in their communities. Contact your local office today to see what Griswold Home Care can do for you or your loved one.
Can Griswold tell me what the criteria are for applying for Veterans Benefits?
If your local Griswold office has a partnership with your local Veterans Administration, they are able to help you get in touch with them. The VA can give you all the information you would need to know about applying for Veterans Benefits. If you are eligible, Griswold Home Care is more than happy to work with you to find a caregiver who can meet your needs.
Can Griswold forward me the VA paperwork?
Griswold Home Care is not able to forward you the VA paperwork, but if your local office has a connection with the Veterans Administration in your area then they are able to help you get in contact with them. Most offices are connected with their local VA and are more than happy to help the veterans in their community with communicating with them