The Veteran’s Administration provides a wonderful pension benefit for those individuals who served at least one day during a period of wartime and are now disabled due to non-service connected reasons (aging-related issue, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, and/or other physical disabilities).

This pension, referred to as "Aid & Attendance Allowance," will pay, not only for the long-term care provided in a nursing home or assisted living facility, but will also pay for care provided to the veteran in their own home. For eligible veterans and widows (widowers), these benefits will allow family members to be paid for the care they are providing to a loved one, so long as certain criteria are being met.​  More

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Latest News for Vets

  • PROPAGANDA: VA Misleads Public, Says It Fixed Veterans Crisis Line Already
    In a fit of propaganda, VA asserted it fixed the Veterans Crisis Line problem while in reality only fixing one of a myriad of problems.
    Immediately after VA OIG released a scathing report about its Veterans Crisis Line last week, the agency released a press release saying it fixed the problem. More

    Giving Vietnam Veterans the recognition they deserve
    The Grafton National Cemetery is planning to host an event to honor Vietnam veterans, and give them the recognition they deserve. More

    Bataan Death March survivor honors brothers-in-arms
    Ben Skardon, a retired colonel, was the only living survivor of the Bataan Death March to walk in the 75th anniversary event at New Mexico's White Sands Missile Range on March 19.  More

     A 92-year-old North Carolina man has finally received the Purple Heart he earned more than 70 years ago while fighting in Belgium during World War II. More

    GI Bill a 'cash cow' for some Pennsylvania schools
    Shortly after the Art Institute of Pittsburgh--Online Division hired LaMont Jones as a recruiter in 2009, the school launched a push to recruit military veterans -- and the education benefits they receive for their service, he said. More

    ​Army vet battled post-deployment demons until childhood friend became casualty of his personal war
    Matthew Gajdys came out of the Army at war with himself.
    After tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, he returned to Dickson City in 2012 and struggled to return to civilian life. More

    Bill introduced in House of Representatives to help veterans exposed to burn pits
    Reps. Elizabeth Esty, Ryan Costello and Betty McCollum introduced the Helping Veterans Exposed to Burn Pits Act, which seeks to create a VA center focused on the “diagnosis, mitigation, treatment, and   More

    Once a fixed issue, the VA disability claims backlog is on the rise again
    VA officials insist it’s only a temporary problem, due to an unexpected rise in the number of new cases that flooded into the system over the last few months. They’re confident the 30,000-case increase in the backlog since last fall will be brought back down again in coming weeks. More
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