Memory Care Resources for Veterans

Memory Care Resources for Veterans

Receiving an Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be devastating for both seniors and their loved ones. Research is finding that veterans who experience TBIs and PTSD are at risk for cognitive problems later in life. As veterans who served in conflicts from World War II to the...
Senior Living Options for Veterans

Senior Living Options for Veterans

There are 3 types of senior living for Veterans Community Nursing Homes State Veterans Homes Medical Foster Homes Community Nursing Homes are places for Veterans to live and receive care 24/7. The VA will pay for this care if you meet eligibility criteria involving...
Military Funeral Honors FAQs

Military Funeral Honors FAQs

Who is eligible for Military Funeral Honors? Members who died while on active duty. Veterans who served and were honorably discharged. Certain civilian groups who have been given active-duty determinations may also be eligible. What do Military Funeral Honors consist...
Arizona Veterans and Access to Health Care

Arizona Veterans and Access to Health Care

According to the budget the VA submitted in May, the 2022 funding represents a 10% increase over 2021. More than $30 billion will be devoted to various types of infrastructure updates and modernization. The VA estimates there are 19.2 million veterans worldwide. As of...
Veteran Elder Care Support Programs

Veteran Elder Care Support Programs

In your role as guardian to an aging loved one, you may have heard about two programs that can reduce healthcare costs and stabilize an aging parent. The Department of Veterans Affairs Aid and Attendance benefit and Medicaid waiver programs. The Veterans Affairs Aid...