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My mom is a world war II vet, and i have read the veterans administration sometimes will pay a caregiver a stipend. I am exploring this and other possible help from them. i am my mom's primary caregiver. she is 92 and lives alone with help coming in daily. i want to be able to let her live at home as long as she is able,as this is where she is the happiest.

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Being over 90, she would be on the fast track for approval. As long as her funds are limited, with assets under $80K, call the VA for assistance. They will only pay for the care that is ordered by her MD, although family can be the caregiver.
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