You Served Us.

Now It's Our Turn to Serve You.

The Senior Veterans Council is a nationally recognized VA accredited claims agency here to help Veterans and their Surviving Spouses become eligible to receive the VA’s Aid and Attendance Benefit along with many other benefits to help with long-term care and senior living solutions.

To start the process to determine eligibility complete the online intake questionnaire.

"Ultimately, my dad's claim was satisfied thanks to the light shed on it by David Cole and [the SVC] team. I cannot thank them enough for staying by our side in this process. It wasn't easy, and their professional poise and expertise never faltered. I am thankful to them for all their diligence!"
Stephanie L. McCarthy
February 2019


To find out more about the Aid and Attendance Benefit please take the time to watch this video.

‚ÄčThe following video presentation will provide additional background on the little known VA’s Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit as well as other Federal & State benefits such as Medicaid and Medicare.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Online Intake Questionnaire

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Self Help Kit

If you are interested in receiving our Self Help Information Kit which includes forms and instructions for applying for benefits, please click on the button below.

More Reviews

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