VA Aid and Attendance Benefits
VA Aid and Attendance Benefits
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May 2, 2018

Like many government programs, the VA Aid and Attendance Program is not well publicized.  Check out this video from an NBC News special series about the low usage of this phenomenal program available to United States Veterans, their spouses, and windows for at home, nursing home, and assisted living care:

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According to the report, very few Veterans and their loved ones know about the VA Aid and Attendance benefit, proving that what we teach at the Indy Senior Living Series (each 2nd Thursday of the month, at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church-100 W 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN  46260-from 10-11:30am) is true and pertinent to older adults in the Indianapolis area…work with professionals who know the ins and outs of the senior industry.  Whether spinning down assets for Medicaid, deciding which Medicare program is best, downsizing and de-cluttering, selling an Indianapolis property and moving to something with less maintenance, or just simply researching options….work with professionals from start to finish.  I’ve never heard anyone say they were sorry they hired a professional to help with downsizing, estate planning, etc.

For a free consultation, contact me directly:

Lisa Treadwell
317.246.9966 (text or phone call)
Lisa@IndyREExperts.com

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