COVID-19 shouldn’t keep you from planning ahead. See why now is the time to learn how Veterans Aid & Attendance benefits can make senior living more affordable.
See how recent changes to the Aid and Attendance benefit can help veterans or their surviving spouse increase their buying power for senior living.
Even those familiar with Veterans Aid & Attendance may not know it can help pay for all types of senior living, even independent living. Check your eligibility.
Wartime vets or surviving spouse, to make sure you get the benefits you deserve to help pay for senior living check out these Aid & Attendance application tips.
Myths abound when it comes to Aid & Attendance, a benefit that helps vets pay for senior living. One is that eligibility can’t change. See why that’s not true.
Vitality residents and families share how the caregivers that we honor as Vital Heroes have made a difference in their lives in our assisted living communities.
See how Vitality celebrates National Assisted Living Week by honoring team members who put caring first, for residents & each other, through COVID’s challenges.
Veterans or surviving spouses may have more senior living buying power with the Aid and Attendance benefit. Plus, new changes make qualifying easier. See how.
The secret to successful aging may be found in Blue Zones, but senior living makes it much easier for you to apply the lifestyle traits each day. See how.
Nature is part of everyday life in Blue Zones, regions in the world where people live longest. Learn how you can use this approach to age more successfully.
As COVID-19 wears on, the stress is especially harmful for seniors. Get tips on how to manage it like residents in Blue Zones, where people live the longest.
Social connection is a key to aging well in Blue Zones, regions where people live longer. Here’s how you can nurture your connections, even during COVID-19.