war time senior veterans have access to exceptional funding
Many Veterans are unaware of the financial resources available to them for assisted living, independent living, even in home care costs.It is called the aid and attendance pension benefit.
Even those waretime veterans (no combat necessary) or their remaining spouse, with sizeable retirement income may well qualify for benefits.
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