Merwyn J. Miller, J.D.
191 Calle Magdalena, Ste 270
Encinitas, CA 92024
This workshop focuses on the two government benefit programs that can help in this area and their best kept secrets. These programs can keep you from going broke. The Veterans Administration Aid & Attendance Benefit (technically known as the Non Service Connected Disability Pension) and the California Medi-Cal program.
Qualifying veterans & widows* can receive up to $24,239 per year tax free!
Do you qualify? In this webinar, VA Accredited Attorney, columnist, and teacher, M. J. Miller will explain how you can receive these government benefits to help pay for assisted living, skilled nursing, or in home care. He will also discuss the traps and scams that many seniors fall into when trying to access these benefit!
There will be a LIVE Q & A Session following!
Each participant will receive
*VA Pension &/or Medi-Cal Assessment–Free
*Initial Consultation, if necessary–absolutely FREE
Reservations for the workshop are highly recommended–space is limited! Here is our workshop schedule. The “Don’t Go Broke in a Nursing Home” workshop deals with Medi-Cal as well as the VA Aid & Attendance Non Service Connected Pension Benefit.
To reserve: You may email us. Please indicate your name, number in your party, and which session you wish to attend. We will send a confirmation.
or CALL our office at 760-436-8832 Ext 2.
Veterans Non-Service Connected Disability Pension (Aid & Attendance Benefit)
Medi-Cal Basics Explained
Comparison of VA Aid & Attendance to Medi-Cal
Frequently Asked Questions
VA Pension &/or Medi-Cal Assessment–Free
The Department of Veterans Affairs was formerly known as the Veterans Administration.
*Veterans married to Veterans can receive somewhat more. Widows can receive approximately half what a veteran can receive.
Accreditation vs. Employment
Please note that I am accredited by the VA but I am not employed by the VA. Click here to see what accreditation means. Therefore,
“This event is not sponsored by, or affiliated with, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, the California Department of Veterans Affairs, or any other congressionally chartered or recognized organization of honorably discharged members of the Armed Forces of the United States, or any of their auxiliaries. None of the insurance products promoted at this sales event are endorsed by those organizations, all of which offer free advice to veterans about how to qualify and apply for benefits.”