In an ongoing commitment to support seniors and veterans, Gardens at Westlake welcomed guest speaker, Richard A. Myers, Jr. for Veterans or their spouse who are 65 and older or permanently and totally disabled – they may be eligible for monetary support to meet their home care, or assisted living.
The seminar on the Aid & Attendance Benefit was Thursday, April 26 at Gardens at Westlake Senior Living, 27569 Detroit Road, Westlake.
Over 15 million veterans returned home from World War II, 8.5 million from Viet Nam and 5.2 million from the Gulf War. Veterans are entitled to education, vocation and many more benefits, including housing, insurance, health care, burial and disability.
“We are a proactive law firm with attorneys accredited by the Veteran’s Administration to aid Veterans and their families in applying for VA benefits,” reports Myers. “We also guide families with their estate planning needs, wealth protection and Medicaid planning.”
Veterans or their spouse age 65 or over or permanently and totally disabled may be eligible for monetary support to meet their home care, assisted living and/or nursing home expenses through the VA Aid and Attendance Program. The veteran must have 90 days or more of active military service with at least one day during a period of war. The disability must be for reasons other than the veteran’s own willful misconduct.
To learn more about this important program, contact Richard A. Myers, Jr. & Assoc., LLC, 4700 Rockside Road, Ste. 620, Independence, (216) 447-9105.
Gardens at Westlake is committed to a rich and vibrant senior life. When you compare costs of in-home assistance with a retirement community, you may be surprised that Gardens at Westlake provides not only top-notch care, amenities, activities, housekeeping and dining, it’s also a better value! Gardens at Westlake Senior Living, 27569 Detroit Road, Westlake. (440) 249-7010. GardensAtWestlake.com