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11861 Westline Industrial Dr
Suite 750
St. Louis, MO 63146

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1-888-314-6075

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Author: Bonnie Laiderman, President

About Bonnie Laiderman, President

Bonnie Laiderman, founder and president of Veterans Home Care®, has helped over 11,000 veterans and their spouses receive in home care through the unique VetAssist® Program. Started in 2003 as a one woman operation, Bonnie has overseen the growth of the company to become one of the largest women-owned companies in the St. Louis Metro Region. Veterans Home Care has also earned the Inc. 5000 award of fastest growing companies five times. Now with offices in 10 locations in the United States, Veterans Home Care serves our veterans in 40 states throughout the country. In addition to growing Veterans Home Care to become the largest provider of its kind in the industry, Bonnie has been a strong supporter of numerous charitable and social organizations with both a local and national impact. Wings of Hope and Lydia’s House have both benefited from Bonnie’s support to continue much needed services to our most vulnerable in need. Bonnie also is a member of the American Red Cross Tiffany Circle, a national society of women leaders. Bonnie serves as Chairperson for the American Red Cross Service Armed Forces Committee.

Seniors Dealing with Vision Loss May Qualify for Home Care Assistance

VA Home Care Program: As a person gets older, the risk of certain health issues increases. For veterans and other elderly individuals, the risk of vision related problems will increase with age as well. Continue Reading Seniors Dealing with Vision Loss May Qualify for Home Care Assistance
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When Long-Term Care Is Needed, the Aid and Attendance Benefit May Help

Long-term care may be necessary for some veterans at some point in their life. Whether they were injured and disabled during service, after service, or as they get older, long-term care can be instrumental at not only keeping them safe, but helping them to maintain a high quality of life. Continue Reading When Long-Term Care Is Needed, the Aid and Attendance Benefit May Help
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Veterans in Home Care

What You Can Do for a Loved One Who’s Struggling at Home

Veterans in Home Care: Maybe it’s your father. Perhaps it’s your grandfather. Maybe it’s a brother, sister, daughter, son, spouse, or someone else who is a veteran in your life. You’ve noticed that veteran having trouble taking care of themselves at home. Continue Reading What You Can Do for a Loved One Who’s Struggling at Home
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Home Care for Veterans

How to Help More Veterans Become Aware of the Aid and Attendance Benefit

VA Home Care: There are an estimated 23.6 million veterans living in the United States right now. Fewer than 1 million of them rely on pensions like the Aid and Attendance Benefit. Continue Reading How to Help More Veterans Become Aware of the Aid and Attendance Benefit
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Home Care for Veterans

The Basics You Need to Know About the Aid and Attendance Benefit

For any veteran who might require home care services, if they’re on a limited income, either due to a disability pension or something else, they may feel like this is a service there’s no way they could afford. There are certain pensions programs that might be able to help. Continue Reading The Basics You Need to Know About the Aid and Attendance Benefit
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Caregivers for Aging Veterans
Veteran's Care

Three Ways “Aid and Attendance” Helps Families of Veterans

Aging Veteran Care: When veterans struggle with some basic things throughout the day, they may not know where to turn. That’s why it’s a good idea to look into the Aid and Attendance Benefit. Continue Reading Three Ways “Aid and Attendance” Helps Families of Veterans
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How to Access Care for Grandma

Women are living longer, yet their golden years aren't always bright and golden. The two biggest reasons why women struggle in old age are disability and lack of economic resources. Continue Reading How to Access Care for Grandma
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Why Don’t More Veterans Consider the Aid and Attendance Benefit?

Today, there are approximately 21.8 million former military service members in the United States (US News). These veterans may or may not have served during wartime, but veterans who did go back as far as World War II. Those who served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam would now be between the ages of 70 and 105+. Continue Reading Why Don’t More Veterans Consider the Aid and Attendance Benefit?
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Veterans Home Care provides services to clients in 44 states. Please complete this short questionnaire if you think you or a loved one could benefit from our services, and we’ll do what we can to help!
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