Heading into 4th of July Holiday In-Home Care Provider Spotlights its Veterans Benefits

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Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia, PA, is Getting the Word Out That Vets May Get In Home Care Through VHA Medical Benefits

Professional help is free and there are plenty of qualified resources available to our veterans to get them the in-home care they deserve.”
— Ian Bongaardt

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, June 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Ian Bongaardt, owner of Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia, PA, announced that the in-home care provider is spotlighting its veterans benefits program. This announcement, which comes up as we head into the 4th of July holiday week, is designed to make area veterans aware of specialized services they can qualify for.

The Aid & Attendance benefit is an assistance program available to veterans through the VHA standard medical benefits package. Bongaardt and his staff of caregivers at Comfort Keepers hope to work closely with veterans and help all who are eligible obtain these resources.

"We want the best care available for our family members," said Bongaardt. "And for the brave men and women veterans, these benefits are invaluable."

Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia, PA, is embarking on this awareness campaign to get the word out and let all area veterans know that affordable in-home care is something their benefits package may allow them to acquire.

The leading senior care provider in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area makes this move, according to Bongaardt, as a way to honor veterans for their service and provide them with an easy solution to pay for the care they deserve.

How Do You Learn About Eligibility?
Applying and getting approved for the Aid & Attendance benefits can be challenging for some. Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia advises to seek help. "Professional help is free," says Bongaardt, "and there are plenty of resources available."

Comfort Keepers "believes it is always best to seek professional help to speed up the application process and offer accurate direction."

Those available resources include elder law attorneys, the Local VFW, and the Local American Legions. If you think you are eligible for the benefits but don't know where to begin, Bongaardt suggests call Comfort Keepers at (610) 783-7878 and they will lead you in the right direction.

"This is an awareness campaign that we feel is going to have an enormous and positive impact on our senior community," said Bongaardt.

About Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia, PA:
Comfort Keepers provides award-winning in-home care for seniors and other adults in need of assistance with daily activities. Their highly trained and dedicated caregivers can help your loved one stay in their home for as long as safely possible—a dream come true for both the seniors and their families. Their goal is to enrich the lives of every treasured client while maintaining client safety, well-being, and comfort as each person continues to live independently despite disease and other age-related conditions.

Their caregivers, referred to as Comfort Keepers®, are carefully selected, screened, and trained to provide professional, compassionate assistance that meets the organization’s high standards. Through a unique approach called Interactive Caregiving™, Comfort Keepers' caregivers build true friendships with their clients in order to fulfill their emotional and social needs.

To find out more about Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia's commitment to excellence, please call (610) 783-7878.

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