VETERAN’S HOME CARE
THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (VA) PAYS FOR LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES FOR SERVICE-RELATED DISABILITIES AND FOR ELIGIBLE VETERANS WHO ARE UNABLE TO MAINTAIN CERTAIN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING. OTHER HEALTH PROGRAMS SUCH AS NURSING HOME CARE AND AT-HOME CARE FOR AGING VETERANS WITH LONG-TERM CARE NEEDS ARE ALSO COVERED.
We Love Our Vets!
Here, at Harmony Home Care we Love Our Vets! We deeply respect them for the services they provided to our country.
What We Help With
- Up to 20 hours per week of home care provided by the VA upon approval. Contact us for more details.
Here’s a riddle: When is a government benefit that pays for caregiver not a benefit? When hardly any people know they’re entitled to it.
That seems to be the story with a Department of Veterans Affairs benefit called the Aid and Attendance and Housebound Improved Pension benefit, known as A&A, which can cover the costs of caregivers in the home.
At Harmony we’re dedicated to helping seniors qualify for the Veterans Home Care they deserve. Contact us today to find out more
You may have what it takes to be eligible for the “Aid & Attendance” benefit. Contact us today for details.
We Understand What You Are Dealing With
You may have exhausted every resource you can think of to find qualified in-home care for someone you know who needs and deserves it, but there is nothing available. They are being discharged from a nursing home or hospital facility in a very short time, and you know they don’t have anyone capable at home to help them; and they certainly aren’t going to be able to care for themselves. But there is one resource that very few people know about. Have you asked them if they are a veteran?
Over two million people who served through the nightmare of WWII, or in the jungles of Vietnam, or maybe served in the deserts of Afghanistan are eligible for up to 80 hours per month of home care. It won’t cost anything to call us and let us pre-qualify them for this lifesaving benefit.
If you’ve tried to do this on your own, you know it can take 6-8 months to deal with the VA, only to receive a rejection letter in the mail. Call us and we can have home care approved, and our agency supervised caregiver in your Vets home in as little as 60 days and sometimes sooner. And, we can do the pre-qualification in as little as 5 working days!
We are sure you know people who are Veterans that can qualify. Call us today and let us help them!