Determine your eligibility for Department of Veterans Affairs Aid and Attendance benefits. The benefit pays $1,228 to $2,266 monthly.

Many Veterans and surviving spouses do not know they are entitled to a monthly income from the VA to help pay for Senior Living or Home care.

Spend 5 minutes to see if you meet the VA’s eligibility criteria.

Learn if you are a good candidate to apply for Aid and Attendance and how much you should receive from the VA.

Ready to apply? Our application software lets you complete the VA’s forms in under an hour.

The software removes the guesswork from government forms and helps avoid costly mistakes. See how it works.

Veterans Benefits pay $1,228-$2,266 month to Veterans & Spouses

Surviving Spouse needs care $1,228

Single Veteran needs care $1,911

Married Veteran needs care $2,266

Married Veteran with Spouse needs care $1,500

Veteran and Spouse needs care $2,266

Do you have qualifying military service?

World War II: December 7, 1941 through December 31, 1946

Korean Conflict: June 27, 1950 through January 31, 1955

Vietnam Era: August 5, 1964 through May 7, 1975. Veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam between February 28, 1961 and August 4, 1964 are also eligible.

American Merchant Marines in Oceangoing Service during the period of Armed Conflict: December 7, 1941 through August 15, 1945

What type of care qualifies?

Assisted Living

Home Care

Senior Living (with care)

Adult Day Care

Nursing Home

What if I’m not eligible? provides solutions to become eligible or in some cases refers you to a specialist who can assist.

How does the application software work?

Click the image to the right to watch a short video which demonstrates how easy it is to complete with this site.

Can I apply for VA benefits without the use of this site?

Yes, call the VA at 800-827-1000 and let them know you would like to apply for Aid and Attendance benefits.