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Home Care / Home Health

Healing and recovery can be nurtured most authentically in the comfort of one's sanctuary, a space familiar and personal. At our Home care/Home Health services, we are committed to facilitating just that. With a comprehensive suite of personalized services, we aim to make health management and recovery a seamless and comforting journey right within the bounds of your home.

Our highly skilled and compassionate healthcare professionals are trained to offer meticulous care, considering each individual's unique needs and preferences. Our client-centric approach ensures that our client's physical, emotional, and mental well-being is always at the forefront. Our services encompass a range of medical and non-medical home healthcare solutions designed to enhance the quality of life for those we serve.

Health is holistic, and our home care services reflect this philosophy. From skilled nursing and therapy services to personal care and companionship, we aim to fill your home with nurturing support and medical expertise that caters to the body's needs and nourishes the spirit. Our professionals work closely with you to develop a personalized care plan that is both realistic and effective, allowing you to maintain or regain your independence while also ensuring your safety and well-being.
Moreover, we take immense pride in adopting a holistic approach incorporating technological advancements. This ensures streamlined and efficient care, minimizing disruptions to your daily life and facilitating smoother recovery pathways. Our adaptive approach means we are flexible and capable of adjusting to our client's changing needs and preferences, delivering care that is not just high-quality but also personally tailored.

We also understand that home is where the heart is, and to that end, we make it our mission to preserve the sanctity and tranquility of your personal space. Our staff are trained in offering exceptional medical care and providing companionship, understanding, and empathy, transforming your home into a haven of healing and positivity.

Our Home care/Home Health services embody our unwavering commitment to fostering health, happiness, and healing with a personal touch. Let us bring the warmth of comprehensive, compassionate care to your doorstep, making the journey to recovery a comforting, peaceful, and nurturing experience.

Our Home care/Home Health services embody our unwavering commitment to fostering health, happiness, and healing with a personal touch. Let us bring the warmth of comprehensive, compassionate care to your doorstep, making the journey to recovery a comforting, peaceful, and nurturing experience.


Aid & Attendance Benefits
for Veterans

Aid & Attendance Benefits for Veterans:

The Veterans Assistance Program, exclusively offered by Colonial Federal Healthcare in Virginia, grants eligible veterans the privilege to commence their necessary care immediately, even before the approval of their VA application, which can traditionally take up to a year. This service is provided without any out-of-pocket costs, thus alleviating financial strain during the application process.

When you choose our services, you benefit from the wealth of experience that ensures precise and accurate submission of your VA application. We stand out for our:

  • Proficiency in acquiring military and other documentation mandated by the VA

  • The opportunity to initiate home care at no expense, providing relief without any financial obligations

  • Consistent client support, both before and after securing VA entitlements, to guide you at every step

  • Vigilant management of home care expenses, helping you maintain compliance with VA regulations

  • Availability of an in-house VA-accredited attorney for legal guidance

  • Commitment to provide continuity of care, facilitating your wish to remain comfortably in your home


Entrust us to guide you through the process with expert care and unmatched benefits in Virginia.

Three Requirements:


  1. Service Requirement:  To be eligible for this program, the veteran must have served at least 90 days of active duty, including at least one day during a recognized wartime period, and receive an honorable discharge from the service.

  2. Medical Necessity: The veteran or their spouse must be experiencing a medical condition requiring assistance with daily living activities. This includes, but is not limited to, assistance with bathing, dressing, utilizing the restroom, preparing meals, and ensuring safe mobility within their living environment.

  3. Financial Qualifications: Applicants must demonstrate financial need to qualify for the pension. The financial criteria consider the total net worth of the veteran, the spouse, or the couple's combined net worth, which should be at most $ 150,538. It is important to note that this asset assessment does not include primary residences and vehicles. Conversely, assets such as savings accounts, checking accounts, IRAs, stocks, and bonds are considered in the financial evaluation to determine eligibility for the program.


We invite you to reach out to us for a comprehensive understanding of the qualifications and assistance navigating the application process.

VA Pension Benefits for Widows of Wartime Veterans

We acknowledge that many widows or surviving spouses of wartime veterans are often uninformed of their eligibility for the "Survivors Pension with Aid and Attendance" benefit provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In this regard, we aspire to educate and assist you in accessing this vital support. Here, we delineate the critical aspects of this program and how you can qualify for it.

Understanding the "Survivors Pension with Aid and Attendance" Benefit

This program grants a tax-free monetary benefit to the surviving spouses of deceased wartime veterans who meet certain income and net worth thresholds established by Congress. You may be eligible for additional Aid and Attendance funds if you require assistance with daily activities. The highest attainable support amounts to up to $1,432 monthly.

Unfortunately, the larger populace, including the veterans, is unaware of this aid. Not having served in combat or overseas does not negate one's eligibility. Over the years, we have facilitated the acquisition of this benefit for numerous widows, outnumbering the veterans we have assisted.

Enhancing Accessibility to the VA Aid and Attendance Pension for Widows

Since 2003, we have successfully helped many individuals secure the VA Aid and Attendance Pension, with a significant proportion being surviving spouses. To simplify the eligibility process, we have identified four essential qualifications or "must-haves" for securing this pension:

  1. Military Service:

    • Minimum of 90 days of active duty with at least one day during wartime (specific requirements exist for Persian Gulf War veterans)

    • Honorable or general discharge from service

    • Service during one of the VA-defined war periods.





2. ​​​ Medical Requirement:

  • A medical condition necessitating assistance with daily activities


3. Financial Criterion:​ 

  • A net worth not exceeding $150,538 (certain exemptions and considerations apply)

4. Marital Status:

  • Minimum of one year of marriage to a wartime veteran

  • Maintained marriage up until the veteran's passing

  • Specific considerations for remarriages

Note: If you meet all the criteria mentioned above, you are encouraged to apply for the Aid and Attendance benefit from the VA.

Leveraging Aid and Attendance for Long-Term Care

The Aid and Attendance program is a substantial resource for those requiring permanent assistance with daily activities, referred to as "custodial care." Often, aging women necessitate assistance with activities like dressing, meal preparations, and more due to medical conditions such as congenital heart failure or arthritis. While Medicare does not cover these "long-term care" expenses, the VA's Aid and Attendance benefit can provide substantial financial relief.

Qualifying as a Surviving Spouse for "Aid and Attendance"

To be deemed eligible, surviving spouses must adhere to several criteria regarding marriage duration and remarriage conditions. Importantly, presenting the veteran spouse's death certificate is a mandatory step.

Alert: Meeting all the above-stated conditions qualifies you for the Aid and Attendance benefit, aiding significantly in managing long-term care costs.

We invite you to explore this opportunity and secure the support you rightfully deserve.


Contact Us


25050 Riding Plz,

Ste 130-645

Chantilly, VA 20152

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                                                  (703) 810-7500

                                                  (703) 496-5319


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