Veteran Care

Looking for in-home veteran senior care? Our commitment lies in assisting veterans and surviving spouses in accessing the benefits they rightfully deserve, including in-home veteran assisted living services and other essential support.

Family Resource Home Care Provides Quality In-Home Care for Veterans

Based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the United States is home to approximately 19 million veterans aged 18 and above, of which around 13 million are aged 50 and older. As these valiant individuals grow older, they frequently express the desire to maintain their independence and reside in their own homes. Over time, however, many may find themselves in need of assistance with certain daily activities. Upon receiving an honorable discharge from active military service, veterans gain access to a wide array of benefits, including healthcare and medical coverage, pension plans, life insurance, burial and memorial services, and numerous other benefits.

Home Care Benefits for Veterans

Veterans may be eligible for VA in-home care benefits, specifically known as VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound Allowance. These benefits offer qualified veterans and their spouse’s funding options for a comprehensive array of in-home care services. To determine individual eligibility for these valuable veterans’ in-home care benefits, contact the Family Resource Home Care team for further verification and assistance.

Enhanced In-Home Support for Veterans and Spouses

In numerous instances, a veteran’s spouse assumes the role of their primary caregiver. We recognize that caregivers may encounter additional challenges or find themselves in need of respite. Our caregivers offer specialized family caregiver support to alleviate their burden. Whether daily assistance or occasional help is required, our compassionate caregivers are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of each household with utmost care and empathy.

Our range of professional home care services for veterans encompasses, but is not restricted to:

Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs):

  • Ensuring mobility to minimize the risk of skin breakdown and bed sores
  • Assisting with bathing
  • Aiding in dressing and grooming
  • Providing safe and healthy meals and hydration
  • Ensuring bathroom safety, especially with toileting assistance

Assistance with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs):

  • Planning, shopping, and preparing healthy meals
  • Taking care of housekeeping and laundry needs
  • Medication management
  • Setting up technology to keep them connected with loved ones
  • Offering safe transportation to appointments and social outings