Turn to ERBC for elderly veterans pension help MA. If you are among the many elderly veterans in Massachusetts that have questions about your VA benefits and services, give us a call. Elder Benefits Consulting can answer questions about your eligibility. When applying for your Veterans Pension with Aid and Attendance benefit, be prepared to fill out an application between 40-50 pages in length.
The 2012 US Census data numbers veterans age 65 or older at over 12.4 million. These Veterans served in conflicts around the world from WWII to the Persian Gulf. As Veterans age, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides benefits and services that address changing health risks they face, as well as financial challenges. Determining your eligibility and the application process may be a challenge, and this is where we come in.
The ERBC mission is to educate veterans and their families on State and Federal Benefits related to senior care. We are dedicated to helping veterans and their spouses meet their senior care goals. The Elder Benefits Consulting Group provides counsel for veterans who have questions about the VA Pension program. We begin with a cash flow analysis. Your monthly income, assets and medical expenses are evaluated to determine your eligibility for VA Programs. Knowing if – and when – you and your spouse are eligible for benefits must be determined. Contact the ERBC for an initial consultation.
Our Premium Sponsors are showcased on our website. They offer reduced cost services to seniors, assistance to Veterans, and/or government sponsored programs at their facility. We have a host of partner retirement communities for you to look at in Massachusetts and many other states. Whether you decide to move into one of our Partner Communities or not, ERBC and The Servaes Consulting Group LLC will stand by you. Our staff focuses on informing our clients about their lifestyle options. We do not sell financial products, nor do we refer you to those who do. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm. Contact the ERBC for an initial consultation: call (508) 485-0039.
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