Assisted Living Facilities For Military Veterans
Summary: This page is dedicated to listing assisted living facilities in the United States that are geared toward caring for our military veterans. There are almost 24 million veterans in the US, and 3.5 million of these veterans are over the age of 65.
Written By: D.Besnette - Founder/Editor for Assisted Living Directory
Veterans Who Need Assisted Living: The number of military veterans in the United States is over 23.7 million.
This is a staggering number, especially when you consider that many of our veterans are seniors, or soon to become
seniors and retirees. The number of veterans with a disability is over 6.1 million and more than half this number (3.5 million) are 65 and older. The number of military veterans needing assisted living in the United States will most certainly grow in the coming years, as will the need for appropriate assisted living and senior care options for this group.
Additionally, the need for assisted living for veterans under the age of 65 is growing due to injuries or the need for incidental medical care.
Many veterans feel more at ease and at home sharing their time with other military veterans who have shared some of the same experiences that they have, and in an environment that honors their service in the military. In the example of Wakefield Place assisted living (below), this facility is decorated with military-themed artwork, memorabilia, and flags.
This page is dedicated to listing assisted living facilities geared towards caring for our military veterans. If you know of such a facility that is not listed here, please let us know and we will be pleased to add it. Intro by D. Besnette
[Video] Does The VA Pay For Assisted Living?Our short video tutorial will answer a common set of questions: 1) Does the VA pay for Assisted Living Care 2) What might the Veteran's Administration pay for and 3) Where should I turn for help?
Small intimate licensed assisted living home in north Austin welcomes VA residents. We have cozy apartments available at an affordable price. Most of our residents rent is paid by Soc Security and Aid and attendance benefits Austin North Assisted Living.
Our highly experienced senior care consultants can help you to navigate VA regulations, and to find what senior care or assisted living facilities are available in your area appropriate and suitable for US military veterans.
Thank you for serving our country. We are looking forward to helping you, and answering your questions! This is a free service.
Assisted Living Directory has helped 1000's of families (including our own!) to connect with great care facilities! You can read our personal experience here!
An interesting news story about the VA Aid & Attendance Pension that states that if you are a Veteran, a surviving spouse, or a widow, you may be eligible for VA benefits to help pay for the cost of assisted living and nursing home costs.p class="text-light">Apparently, many people and veterans are not aware of this benefit,.so it's a good video to check out if you are unsure of what your beneifts are.
The National Resource Directory is a great all-around Government site/resource that offers information on housing, caregiver support and information on Benefits and Compensation. There are several numbers listed that you can call to ask questions, as well as a search/drop-down (right sidebar) that allows you to search for services specifically by state.
100 Delaware Veterans Blvd.
Milford, DE 19963-5395
State Licensed Beds: 30
"The Robert H. Jenkins, Jr. Veterans' Domiciliary Home of Florida opened in 1990. This 150-bed assisted living facility provides a special combination of housing, personalized support services, and incidental medical care to its veteran residents."
751 SE Sycamore Terrace
Lake City, Florida 32025
Sand Lake Assisted Living Facility was created in 2009 by Veterans for Veterans. We are a Six Bed Florida licensed (AL11561) Affordable Assisted Living Facility not a Large Costly Noisy Nursing Home. Since we are small we can provide a personal one on one touch with our residents Our medical staffs and caregiver's are all background checked and medically trained to provide the best care and support 24 hours day. Our facility is designed to make the veteran's or the widow's feel like they where living in their own home but with all the amenities and assistance they may need to maintain an active lifestyle. They say they feel like the are on vacation all year long because everything is provided for them from Home cooked meals, Laundry Services, Housekeeping, Grooming, Bathing, Toileting, Medication Monitoring, Bingo Nights, Trips to Stores & Restaurants and a Fun Social life with others their age. They love it beats being home all alone!
Our goal is to help the resident stay as independently active as possible, mentally, and physically so they may enjoy life to the fullest. Sand Lake Assisted Living Facility is a place they will love to call home while receiving the attention and loving care in a peaceful relaxing Home! We work closely with many agencies like the Department of Veteran Affairs and the Department of Elder Affairs to insure that the Veteran or Spouse receives the very best help and support they deserve.
Give us a call at 407-854-4018
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home provides a continuum of long term care to its residents, from Assisted Living, to specialized Skilled Nursing, to care for those with Alzheimerdisease. Charlotte Hall Veterans Home provides an Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing long-term care facility for Maryland Veterans and eligible spouses who are unable to take care of themselves due to age or disability. Listed below are the eligibility requirements for admission:
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home
29449 Charlotte Hall Road
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
Services and amenities include, but are not limited to:
Montana's Senior and Long Term Care Division offers a page listing their Senior Veterans Homes information. Did you know that "Montana's veterans account for about 16% of the adult population, and only three other states have as high a percentage of veterans?"
The state of Tennessee's Area Agency on Aging and Disabiltiy has a great search tool that has a category specifically for Veterans. When I did a statewide search, and chose the 'Veterans' service category, a good number of long-term care facilities offering care for Veterans came up. Choices also included those for Alzheimer's and memory care. You can view this great tool here: Website
Teilman and Cal Assisted Living is a newly established assisted living facility, located at 2038 S. Teilman Avenue, Fresno Cal. 93706, in the South West part of Fresno. We serve senior veterans of the armed forces
With only six residents, we are able to offer quality care and supervision 24/7, with a licensed LVN in residence.
frances.heller @ yahoo.com
The State of Wisconsin's Department of Health has a great tool that allows you to search for assisted living statewide - as well as a number of other senior care categories and options, such as hospice, Dementia care and Alzheimer's care. This tool allows you to sort/specify for assisted living providers for Veterans in Wisconsin.
Assisted Living isn't always an immediate option or it may take some time to find the right facility or community. You may be caring or "caregiving" for a Veteran at home, and may need support, advice or just someone to talk to. This government service and site can connect you with a caregiver, and offer local assistance by licensed professionals near where your home is. This group of caring professionals can:
Tell you about the assistance available from VA.
Help you access services and benefits.
Connect you with your local family Caregiver Support Coordinator at a VA medical center near you.
Just listen, if that's what you need right now.
VA's Caregiver Support Line
Call toll-free to 1-855-260-3274