Why are All WWII Vets Getting VA Medical Benefits?
All living World War II veterans would be eligible for Veterans Affairs medical services and nursing home care under language included in the federal budget bill expected to be approved by lawmakers this week.
What Changes are Considered to VA Caregiver Programs?
Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough said top officials will re-evaluate ongoing changes to the department’s caregiver support program, which could take away stipends from thousands of families over the next year.
What Does New VA Budget Include for Veterans?
VA is poised to get its largest budget ever, but is it enough?
Will I Be Ready for Long-Term Care?
For some, retirement means ‘where will we play today’s round of golf?’ For others, it could mean, ‘do I pay for my meds or my rent?’ In either case, a few concerns touch every retiree. The topic of long-term care is one of them, at least subconsciously. The question that causes more than a few sleepless nights is, ‘What happens when I can’t take care of myself anymore?’
Elder Law Boot Camp Provides Professional Education
November 2, 2021 – DALLAS Dallas Elder Law Estate Planning Attorney John McNair will be hosting a series of Elder Law Boot Camp Webinars this month to help Social Workers, Care Managers, Financial Advisors and other professionals stay on top of changing legislation, regulations, and programs impacting senior adults. These free webinars will be held […]
Do You Understand Veterans’ Benefits?
It’s important to understand the VA benefits available to you before you separate or retire from military service.
Is Medicaid the Answer to Rising Costs?
Planning for long-term care can be an intimidating process, especially when it comes to decoding the specifics of resources, like Medicaid and Veterans Pensions. Working with the help of an experienced elder law planning attorney allows people to prepare for the future and save time, money and stress.
Will VA Keep Telehealth Options?
Telehealth and online medical appointments will remain a key part of veterans health care even after the pandemic disappears, the Veterans Affairs secretary promised on Wednesday. However. department officials may need Congress’ help to ensure that.
Can I Be Paid for Caring for a Loved One?
Your chances of getting paid to be a family caregiver are best if you are caring for a U.S. military veteran or for someone eligible for Medicaid, but other possibilities exist.