At age 86, he is now on hospice care. He is receiving in home care and nursing, and our mother is caring for him around the clock. Myself and my 3 siblings are all contributing as often as we can, and have attempted to put tgthr schedules wkly in order that both of our parents are being routinely checked on and helped really in all ways, including everything household chore, and financially related. I went yesterday to discuss nighttime hrs of care for our Dad, as it is becoming increasingly difficult for our Mom to manage because, though mobile, she is 82 yrs old and has an array of medical problems also. Add to this the lack of sleep due to our Dads almost constant need for care; (and he is somewhat stubborn about this care coming from her alone!,). Yesterday I went to discuss this with a service who said they can provide in home care for night time 4-8 or more hours for as many nights as Mom may need it, and as they can provide with employee availability for any given night. They would send CNAs or NAs only in providing this service. Later in speaking with one of my sisters, she mentioned that VA may be an option for Dad, because of his service in the military. So my question is pertaining to this- would he qualify for care from VA (expense paid because he is a veteran.