Long-term care benefits for veterans

Long-term care for elderly or disabled people is expensive, and many families struggle to afford assisted living or a paid caregiver. But if the person needing care served in the U.S. military, he or she may be eligible for little-known benefits that can ease the financial stress on the whole family.

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