Presentation on Helping Veterans and Spouses Pay for Home Care

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Attention Wartime Veterans and Spouses: Join Us for a Presentation on January 11th, 2018

December 28, 2017 By Denise Roskamp

Financial Help for Elderly Veterans & Their Spouses
Veterans May Qualify for Benefit to Help Pay for Home Care

Presentation & Discussion
Thursday, January 11th, 2018 – 3:00PM – 4:00PM
Mary Ann Morse – 45 Union Street – Natick, MA

How to pay for health care is one of the biggest fears of older Americans. What many veterans and their surviving spouses do not realize is that they may be eligible for up to $25,448 per year of tax-free money to pay for home care services and contribute to the cost of Assisted Living and nursing home facilities. This little-known benefit, the Veterans Aid & Attendance Pension, is often referred to as the VA’s “best kept secret.”

Join Natick’s Veteran Services Director, Paul Carew, and Home Helpers Owner, Denise Roskamp, for an informative presentation and discussion on the Veterans Aid & Attendance benefit program.

To RSVP, please contact Steve Kiley: 508-654-7227 or email [email protected].

(Directly from the Home Helpers Metrowest Newsletter)

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