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Learn about the most commonly used VA benefits that can help.
• Family caregivers program
• Geriatric evaluation
• Adult day health care
• Respite care & home care
• Hospice/Palliative care
• Living centers
• Surviving family member care
• Allowance for housebound
• Preventive care services
• Diagnostic & treatment services
• Medical surgical
• Mental health
• Substance abuse
• Prescription drugs
• Ambulance services
• Dental care
• Hearing aids
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Your answers to this rapid assessment questionnaire show you and your loved one may find VA benefits and entitlements useful to your situation. Based on your answers, you may benefit from healthcare, pensions, insurance, disability compensation, and rehabilitation services.
Average annual compensation for benefits of this nature depend on the benefit, ratings and other factors:
Compensation: Ranges from $1,016 to $37,812.
Health & Dental Treatment: For housebound without dependents, $10,371; for housebound with one dependent $12,988 (adding $2,161 for each additional dependent); Aid and Attendance without dependents ranges $13,563 to $14,113; Aid and Attendance with one dependent ranges $16,180 to $16,671 (adding $2,161 for each additional dependent).
Rehabilitation: Average annual wages prior to entrance into VR&E Program, $9,484; average annual wages at rehabilitation, $37,741.
Life Insurance: A maximum of $400,000 under the Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (SGLI) or Veterans’ Group Life Insurance (VGLI) for the veteran; a maximum of $10,000 under the Service-Disabled Veterans’ Insurance (SDVI) or $400,000 under the Veterans’ Mortgage Life Insurance (VMLI). An additional $20,000 of supplemental coverage is available to totally disabled Veterans. Effective October 1, 2011, this increased from $200,000 to $300,000.
Pensions: Averages $11,038 for veterans; $6,521 for survivors.
This compensation is federal tax free and does not change or affect your retirement income, including military or federal civil service retirement or social security income.
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When did your loved one enter service? Enter your date below in MM/DD/YYYY.
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When did you or your loved one exit, or separate, from the service? Enter the date below as MM/DD/YYYY.
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Would assistance with any of these VA benefits or compensation help you today? If so, check all those applicable.