We know that the search for financial help for the care of your loved one with dementia can be time-consuming and challenging. Like so many others, you may not be aware that the Veterans Benefits Administration offers several program options that can help with the financial aspects of memory care, Aid and Attendance, and Housebound allowance.
As people age, they become more vulnerable with specific legal matters that are much different than the younger population, such as long-term health care, living arrangements, and unique financial needs. Seniors and their family caregivers can find themselves in overwhelming and sticky situations without adequate legal planning. But who can help? Luckily, attorneys are available that practice elder law.
We understand that financial planning for the care of your loved one with dementia can feel like a huge undertaking. Know that at any age, your loved one may be eligible for benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) that can help pay for dementia care.