You have questions, and American Veterans Care Connection has the answers. We do our best to connect you to the government resources you deserve.
AVCC Bridges the Gap Between Homecare and Information
In addition to insight on Veterans Aid and Attendance (A&A), we also give information on other benefits and help determine your eligibility. We want to help retired service members who are elderly and/or have disabilities in every way possible, and one way to do that is by keeping them informed. Here are some links and snippets of our most recent blogs.
It’s comforting to those who have a long-distance relationship with elderly veteran family members to know that they’re safe and sound. However, there’s only so much they can do when they live nowhere near each other. This article details how to make sure aging Veterans are safe as can be, even from miles away.
If you’re a veteran who has a disability or just needs extra help around the house, read our article to learn how to get the A&A benefit. Your selfless act of risking your life and fighting for our country was the ultimate act of bravery. We hope you never feel ashamed to ask someone for help in your time of need. Learn more about your options and how AVCC can help make your life a little easier.
A lot more goes into home care than many may believe. It takes a considerate, trustworthy professional to perform a home care provider’s duties and responsibilities. Whether their client needs a cook or a confidante, a home care provider can be anything. Discover the benefits of home care services in this blog.
Have you been taking care of elderly family and friends in your spare time free of charge? If you’d like, you can do what you love and get paid for your kindness and services. Complete a training program, gain more professional experience, and apply at a trusted agency to strengthen your caregiving skills. Find out what else you could be responsible for while taking care of clients and decide if it’s the best occupation for you.
There are countless Veterans and home-bound patients who need compassionate professionals like you to care for them. Prioritize digital marketing to promote your caregiving services and boost your positive reputation within your community. If you’d like to extend your clientele and continue being a force within the healthcare industry, try these proven best practices for certified care providers.
Discover the advantages of Veterans Aid and Attendance, a monthly pension you may put toward medical bills, home health services, an assisted living facility, and more. Allow AVCC to guide you to the resources and benefits you’re owed. Learn whether or not you’re eligible for this benefit and don’t miss out on them!
Don’t miss out on the benefits owed to you. If you’re a veteran who’d like to age in place, or receive home care, AVCC helps file your paperwork with the VA and promptly pairs you with a dedicated caregiver. This cash payout can be used to finance the services you deserve and put your mind at peace.
Caregivers and care providers aren’t the same. A caregiver often gives their services free of charge to their aging loved ones, and care providers are certified, paid professionals who provide services through a home care agency. Depending on you and your loved one’s needs and desires, decide whether you’d like to receive payments through a company or keep your services pro bono.
Home care providers perform non skilled services that their elderly clients or clients with disabilities can’t easily complete independently. Activities of daily living (ADLs) include grooming, dressing, and meal preparation, to name a few. If you’re considering becoming a home care provider, read this article.
AVCC Is Proud To Help in Any Way
You’ve done more than enough by fighting for our country. Your honorable service and remarkable bravery mean so much to us, AVCC’s dedicated to enhancing your quality of life and giving you peace of mind. Don’t hesitate to give us a call to learn more about the A&A benefit or any other government-funded resource you qualify for.