Benefits for Veterans with Alzheimer’s

WASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans (VA) is expanding support nationally to caregivers of Veterans with Alzheimer’s disease. A pilot program of the REACH VA (Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer’s Caregiver Health in VA) program showed great success in reducing stress on caregivers while improving care outcomes for the Veterans.

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  1. jane grady zech says:

    My father is a veteran with advancing Alzheimers on “aid and attendance” living in the Seattle Washington area. We are searching for a living situation for him and ask you what facilities are options in the Seattle area. He receives both VA benefits and Social Security.

    Thank you,

    Grady Zech

    • Jane, sad to say, but we do not have any facilities in our area. Here’a a Militaryvi salute and thanks also. Sydney

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