My husband was a Korean War veteran who served in Korea during that conflict. He has now passed away. During the last 15 years of his life, he was confined to bed requiring 24/7 care. At first I hired caregivers during the day to care for his care while I worked. That did not work out. Then I cared for him using all of my retirement benefits and the equity in our home to pay our monthly bills. He passed away 10 yrs. ago, now I am totally disabled with insufficient income for my care. Will I qualify for a pension due to his service record? I am going to relocate to be near a nephew for care and assistance. I have degenerative spine disease and was declared totally disabled by Social Security at age 55 to receive SSJ disability. I tried last year to return to work and physically could not do it. Will I qualify for spousal V.A. benefits as I need assistance with shopping, getting to doctors appoints since I no longer drive due to an implanted pain pump and assistance from family with house keeping, trips to the doctor, grocery shopping and errands. Will I qualify for a V.A. pension and house bound benefits?