Senior Helpers Discusses Aid and Attendance and Veteran Benefits

Abigail Critchfield, owner and Client Coordinator of Senior Helpers, was invited as the featured guest on "Behind the Lines" with Diane Dayton. Abigail discusses the Veterans Benefit of Aid and Attendance and the eligibility requirements that are necessary to qualify. Senior Helpers of Lancaster County is one of 15 with in the 300 National Senior Helpers office to offer this Veterans Benefits program. Future education sessions are offered to discuss Aid and Attendance.

Lancaster, PA, November 14, 2013 --( Senior Helpers owner, Abigail Critchfield, is being featured this week on "Behind the Lines" with Diane Dayton for Blue Ridge Communications. She discusses the Veterans Benefit Aid and Attendance specifically. Honorably Veterans who served during war time may be eligible for up to $2,083 a month in cash pension benefits that can be used for reimbursing medical expenses. Statistics show that only 3% of the 11.7 million discharged veterans are aware of this benefit. Surviving spouses may also qualify for this monthly benefit.

Abigail reviews the eligibility requirements as well as options for Pre-qualifying at the Lancaster County Office.

Senior Helpers is a national leader in Home Care is proud to offer education and guidance with Aid and Attendance. Senior Helpers offer non-medical in home care for Senior. Companion, Personal and specialized Dementia care are offered. Search "Senior Helpers" for your local office and call for a Free in-home Assessment.

The program airs throughout the week of Veterans Day. Check your local listing for showtimes.
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