If my husband receives Aid and Attendance, can I get paid to care for him or do we have to be seperated or divorced?

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As the spouse you can not get paid to provide his care. He should be receiving the aid and attendance benefit with a dependent, however.
You can have an adult child provide the care and pay this child for the care services. This may increase the amount of benefit he is receiving.
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Yes you can get help from the Veterans. If your husband was a Vet you have benifits out there. for you. Look up the web site called VA aid and Attendance you can get help. We get it for my mother and as a couple you can get up to I think 2,000.00 per mth. You have to provide information re his military service and fill out papers but I am sure your family can help you. I was put in touch with this with a web site called " A Place For Mom"
they can help you and your husband. If he was not a Vet you can contact your senior center to see about assistance. Good Luck and God Bless.
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