Exceptional care, always.
Quality Service, No Strings Attached.
Every year, thousands of Veterans go without the quality home care services they’re entitled to receive. Why? Because the process of finding the right care is complicated, difficult to navigate, and drawn out over an unnecessarily long time. Veterans who gather the strength to seek help from the VA are often rewarded with mountains of confusing paperwork, unclear instructions for the application process, and little knowledge of how the services they’re applying for (if they even know what they should be applying for) are going to help them long-term. If a Veteran is having trouble carrying out normal, everyday tasks, where do they go, if not directly to the VA? There are so many hurdles between Veterans and the care they’re entitled to—isn’t it time that an organization made it easier for them to find support?
How Can Home Care Help Veterans?
Finding the right support system can be difficult, especially if you don’t know where to look. With AVCC, our extensive network of qualified home care service providers grows every day, with more and more options available nationwide. We know how strenuous it can be to find high-quality assistance; that’s why we want to make it as simple as possible to obtain the services Veterans need for a long, happy, and healthy lifestyle. At AVCC, we recognize how important it is for Veterans and their immediate family members to find support that alleviates the stress of daily activities. Home care services can be a solution for Veterans and surviving spouses in need of extra support. Services include:
- Meal preparation/feeding
- Light housekeeping
- Grocery shopping/errands
- Medication reminders
- Mobility assistance – including transferring assistance and fall prevention
- Toileting and incontinence care
You don’t have to go it alone.
Reach out to AVCC today and get the ball rolling.
The AVCC Story
Born from a long line of military service members and firsthand family experience, AVCC’s passion to help our nation’s Veterans all started when Jeanne Asher, a registered nurse working in home care, looked into funding sources to assist her father. After a long, fruitless search, Jeanne quickly discovered just how challenging it is for Veterans to obtain the benefits they’re entitled to. She came to understand that Veterans’ Aid and Attendance pension benefits were the only option available, and finding a qualified caregiver was a seemingly insurmountable undertaking. Jeanne began to work toward a solution that would allow Veterans the opportunity to work with a network of qualified healthcare professionals committed to helping them.