AssistedLiving.org works to provide information in an effort to help the disabled and elderly maximize their healthy years and age gracefully.
Written by a group of medical professionals, AssistedLiving.org is meant to serve as a resource for anyone looking for information on placing themselves or a loved-one into an assisted living or elder care facility, and is designed to support, not to replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician.
Veterans who are injured in the line of duty face many challenges when they return home, including the inability to live an independent life. Whether fully or partially disabled, many need assistance with daily activities.
There are assisted living options that can help veterans who have disabilities, as well as elderly veterans who need help as they grow older, and there are two basic ways for eligible veterans to receive assistance: obtain an assisted living benefit from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or apply for residency in a veteran’s home.
AssistedLiving.org has a comprehensive guide about the benefit programs available from the VA. as well as a wealth of information such as whether you are eligible, how to apply, and what programs are available in your state.
Click on an area of interest below to view the most recent information directly from AssistedLiving.org
- How Assisted Living Supports Disabled and Senior Veterans
- Assisted Living Benefits from the Veterans Administration
- Veterans Homes and Assisted Living Facilities
- Working With A Veterans Benefits Planner
- State-Sponsored Veterans Homes
AssistedLiving.org is solely responsible for the accuracy of information provided. The United Relief Foundation advises to always proceed with caution and independently verify any information, from any source.