The Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging reports that in Minnesota alone, 600,000 caregivers leave over $7 billion on the table annually as they provide non-medical home care for elderly parents or disabled family members. At Best Care, we understand the financial burdens that caring for a family member may create and we’ve made it our mission to provide a wide variety of connections to compensation for family caregivers. Explore the options below and discover how caregivers can be compensated for the in-home support they currently provide.

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Benefits for Disabled Veterans

The Veterans Administration provides monthly payments, reimbursement for travel expenses, and health insurance for family members providing in home care for disabled veterans who incurred injuries during their service after September 11, 2001. The average monthly stipend for indivduals who care for a disabled family member is $1600. The VA also pays for PCAs and home health care for disabled veterans.

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