Seniors fear the loss of independence more than they fear death. According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 90% of seniors desire to remain in their own homes as they age. Therefore, they might not be honest about the challenges they are having at home or with driving. As you start to consider…

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Aging Veterans Care: Caregiver Assistance

Aging Veterans Care: When somebody is struggling with their own basic care, when they face physical challenges as a result of an injury, age, health issue, or some other factor, just getting out of bed, taking a shower, or even going to the bathroom can be frustrating.

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Aid and Attendance Benefit: Veterans Care Assistance

Aid and Attendance Benefit: There could be a number of reasons why some disabled veterans don’t get proper care and support at home. A person who has been completely disabled will be dependent on family or friends in many cases to just to do simple daily tasks.

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Aging Veterans Care: Simply asking somebody to start ‘relying on home care’ seems easy enough, right? Opening the conversation is a great start, but it’s not enough. Often, people react to this type of advice with a wide range of emotions. Veterans Care Coordination can help. 855-380-4400

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Aging Veterans Care: Veteran Homecare

Aging Veterans Care: Most of us deal with health issues from time to time. Some people endure more serious health issues for a prolonged period of time. Others may only have an occasional cold, broken bone sustained in an accident, or surgery that took a few weeks to recover from.

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Aging Veterans Care: Aid And Attendance Benefit Application Mistakes

Aging Veterans Care: Making a mistake on an application doesn’t seem like the most treacherous thing in the world, but when an aging veteran has a need for home care support but can’t afford it, and if they would qualify for the Aid and Attendance Benefit, it can be extremely frustrating to be denied.

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