Receive Veterans’ Benefits at Parkview Senior Living
Many veterans and surviving spouses are unaware that they could be eligible to receive a significant monthly income through the Veterans Administration Aid and Attendance pension benefit. This program is designed to provide financial aid to veterans or surviving spouses who require services for any number of daily activities.
Because Parkview provides meal service, transportation, and 24-hour attendance to emergency call systems in each apartment, simply living at Parkview Senior Living could help veterans like you qualify.
What Veterans Need to Know
Who is eligible?
The Aid and Attendance Improved Pension benefit is available to any United States Military Veteran (or surviving spouse) who meets service, financial, and physical criteria established by the V.A.
A qualified veteran must have served at least 90 days in the military and at least one of those days during a period of declared conflict.
How do I apply?
Contact Parkview today. We have veteran advocates who can help you navigate the application process at no charge to you.
How long does it take?
Once paperwork is submitted successfully, the process can take anywhere from four to nine months.
How much can I receive?
Benefits range from $1,645 per month for veterans, $1,057 per month for surviving spouses and $1,950 per month for couples. All benefits are tax free.
What if I depend on the benefits in order to move in to Parkview?
The Aid and Attendance benefits are retroactive from the date paperwork is submitted, and our communities work with qualified veterans whenever possible to make sure they can enjoy the Parkview lifestyle while waiting for their benefits to be approved. Simply talk with Parkview managers for further details on how we can help.
How does living at Parkview help me qualify?
Parkview provides meal service, transportation, and 24-hour attendance to emergency call systems in each apartment, which can help veterans meet part of the Aid and Attendance eligibility requirements. Parkview can provide residents with a letter to include with the application. The letter establishes that the resident lives in a community providing services that may help the veteran meet Veterans Administration standards.