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Veteran Home Care
Services

Two veterans from the Korean war stand side-by-side

Providing Veteran Care to Locust Grove, Culpeper County and Fauquier County, including Warrenton and Nokesville

Many veterans who return from overseas combat struggle to keep up with daily life, and the resources afforded to them aren’t always what they are looking for. With FirstLight Home Care of Warrenton, dedicated caregivers offer veterans home care that is personalized to their situation. It can make all the difference in the world for those injured in combat or struggling with mental health to have assistance for cooking and cleaning, personal hygiene, nursing and even companionship. To sign up for veteran care in Locust Grove, Culpeper County and Fauquier County, including Warrenton and Nokesville, reach out to FirstLight today.

VA Credentials

VA Home and Community Based Services

Veteran Affairs Home and Community Based Services offer in-home care for veterans and community-based services that can help chronically ill, elderly or disabled individuals remain living in their homes. Under FirstLight’s veteran care services, professional caregivers can assist veterans of any age with their daily activities at home. These services can be used as a part of an alternative to nursing home care or to get home care for veterans and respite care for their family caregivers.

Aid Attendance Benefits

Aid & Attendance Benefits

Aid & Attendance is available to eligible veterans and their surviving spouses who require assistance with things such as eating, bathing and medication reminders, even if the assistance is not a direct result of a service-related injury. FirstLight can provide non-medical home care for veterans under the Aid & Attendance program, as well as companion and personal care services to anyone 18 years of age and older.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of in-home veteran care vs a care facility?

How can veteran care help my loved one retain their independence at home?

Can home care for veterans also address my loved one’s disability-related needs?

What does in-home support for veterans include?

Are there any benefits for veterans who need home care?

Do veteran care services also include disability-related needs?

How does veteran care differ from other types of home care services?

What are the benefits of veterans home care vs a care facility?