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Check Your Eligibility for Foundation Senior Service

Foundations Senior Service 

Comprehensive In-Home Care Services by Foundations Senior Service

At Foundations Senior Service, we understand that everyone's needs are unique. With our foundational services, we aim to make your stay at home not just comfortable but also engaging and fulfilling.

What We Offer:

  • Expert Caregivers: Professionally trained personnel dedicated to providing quality care tailored to your needs.

  • Engaging Activities: Curated activities to stimulate seniors physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our programs are tailored to individual interests and capabilities.

  • Daily Assistance: Whether it's help with chores, meal preparation, or personal care such as bathing and dressing, our caregivers are at your service.

  • Medical Support: Including 24/7 monitoring, medication reminders, and post-procedure oversight.

  • Transport Assistance: Offering safe transportation to medical appointments, social events, or other necessary outings.

  • Safety First: We provide in-home assessments to ensure the environment is safe and suitable for our seniors.

Therapy Session

Required Question(s)

1. Please enter the information indicated below.

2. Select the state where the Veteran or Spouse is located:

3. Are you a provider or senior care professional referring a client/patient?

Military Screening Questions

4. Are you, or your loved one, a veteran or the surviving spouse of a deceased wartime veteran who needs help to live safely at home?

(Surviving spouse must have been married to the veteran at least 1 year and at time of
veteran's death. Married couples are only eligible if the veteran is disabled and meets the guidelines.)

5. Did the veteran receive an honorable or general discharge?

6. Did the veteran serve at least one day during wartime? (Combat duty or overseas service is not  (required.)

Word War II: December 7, 1941 -- December 31, 1946

Korean Conflict: June 27, 1950 -- January 31, 1955

Vietnam Era: Nov 1, 1955-May 7, 1975. Veterans that served

after August 5, 1964 may have served outside the Republic of Vietnam.

Persian Gulf War: August 2, 1990 -- until date to be determined

7. Did the veteran serve at least 90 days on active duty? (Persian Gulf War veterans must have 2 years of active duty or the full period for which they were called for active duty.)

Medical Screening Questions

8. Does the veteran or surviving spouse have a medical condition causing the need for assistance with some activities of daily living?

(Examples are: help with bathing, dressing, grooming, using the bathroom, meal preparation, and moving about safely.)

9. Is the veteran or surviving spouse 65 years old or older? (You may also check “yes” if younger than 65, and has a letter from Social Security proving a disability.)

10. Does the veteran or surviving spouse want to use his/her VA Pension with Aid & Attendance primarily for in-home care or adult daycare?

(In-home care is non medical care such as help with bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminders and more.)

Monetary Screening Questions

11. Does the Veteran or Surviving Spouse already receive any monetary VA benefits that is not a military retirement pension? (Examples are Service Connected Disability Pension or Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, commonly called “DIC”?

12. Does he/she or this couple have a total net worth (income & assets) at or less than $150,538?

(A primary residence and vehicle are not counted as part of net worth. Ongoing, un-reimbursed medical expenses and long-term care expenses can be deducted from net worth. If known, please indicate monthly income and estimated total assets in the comments below.)

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