The A&A Benefit

Woodard, Doug
April 2011
PN;Apr2011, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p65
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The article focuses on Aid and Attendance (A&A), a monetary benefit paid directly to the veteran or his survivor in some instances. It mentions that A&A offers assistance and compensation among veterans that are unable to to take care of themselves. Several considerations when identifying the need for regular A&A are mentioned including the inability to dress or undress oneself, the incapacity to attend to the wants of nature, and the inability to feed oneself.


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