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The average processing time is six to eight months. With certain cases of disability or severe decline, it can get fast tracked but the norm seems to be 6-8 months. It is paid retroactively. It can affect anyone on Medicaid in terms of income once granted. If a big back payment is received, you need to coordinate any spend down if the person is on Medicaid with the case worker or a lawyer to avoid disqualification.
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Just applied for the Veteran pension, anyone complete the process yet. How long did it take. All I can find is it takes a long time, I know every case is defrent but, How long is long.
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Call the Veterans Health Administration toll-free at 1-877-222-VETS (1-877-222-8387), complete an online enrollment application form, or call your nearest VA Medical Center or VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinic and ask for an enrollment coordinator.
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i'm a disable vet. can i get a private caregiver? if so how?
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My husband is classified as permanently and totally disabled and housebound. When the time comes, is he entitled to VA subsidized in home care. As his spouse would I be eligible if my medical condition warranted that type of assistance
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My mother is the spouse of a veteran of the Air Force. She has Parkinson's disease and is staying at my house. Can she receive home health care during the week while I am at work. I don't want to put her in a nursing home.
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I was in the army from 1967 to 1970. Would I qualify for either long term care or home nursing assistance
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I was in the army from 1967 to 1970. Would I qualify for long term care
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I was in the army from 1979 to 1989 ,would i qualify for long term care
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