Aging Veteran Care: The moment an aging veteran might need assistance at home, family often step up to help. It could be a spouse, adult child, sibling, or someone else.
Rosie the Riveter was an image that represented the hard working women who took the place of men in the industrial labor force during the war.
A little-known pension available to low-income, wartime veterans and their surviving spouses, Aid and Attendance, is still making news even though the benefit has been available for decades. KTRS Radio hosts…
“It has given me a whole new life,” says Ivanette Goodrich, about the VetAssist Program, which helps disabled veterans or their surviving spouses. Ivanette, age 90 from Sebastian, Florida struggles…
Veterans Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit: Maybe you’ve been looking after your elderly father or grandfather for some time. As a family caregiver, you feel overwhelmed and keep wondering if there are other options available.
Your mother has been looking after your father for some time. They had been married for more than 55 years and she sees this as not just her responsibility, but something she wants to do.
Falls are the Leading Cause of Injuries Among Seniors According to the National Council on Aging, every 11 seconds an older adult is treated in the emergency room for a…
VA Home Care Program: As a person gets older, the risk of certain health issues increases. For veterans and other elderly individuals, the risk of vision related problems will increase with age as well.
Long-term care may be necessary for some veterans at some point in their life. Whether they were injured and disabled during service, after service, or as they get older, long-term care can be instrumental at not only keeping them safe, but helping them to maintain a high quality of life.