• VA’s Medical Foster Home Program offers innovative opportunity to care

    Through the Medical Foster Home Program, caregivers can open their homes and their hearts to Veterans who need assistance with daily activities.

  • Give Veterans the comforts of home with Home Based Primary Care (HBPC)

    As VA looks to expand resources for aging Veterans, Home Based Primary Care (HBPC) careers offer opportunities to serve Veterans where they live.

  • Specialty Education Loan Repayment Program offers aid to new VA physicians

    Specialty Education Loan Repayment Program offers aid to new VA physicians with a VA residency and a commitment.

  • Buffalo HUD-VASH partners with assisted living facility to help older Veteran

    Army Veteran lived with no heat in Buffalo for two decades after home flooded. HUD-VASH program found her a home. “VA very open for helping.”

  • High need for geriatrics professionals as number of aging Veterans rises

    With VA planning to expand several programs that allow aging […]

  • Five unique ways to serve Veterans as a physician assistant

    Your expertise as a physician assistant can be applied to numerous specialties within VA, all of them helping Veterans find the care they need.

  • Helping older Veterans stay safe and healthy

    Over half our nation’s Veterans are over 65. VA’s Geriatric and Extended Care website has been refreshed and updated. It is a one-stop resource for Veterans and their caregivers.

  • Families find comfort in bereavement support after Veteran death

    COVID Bereavement Response seeks to help families cope with grief and bereavement or when general support is needed. “We treat the whole Veteran, which includes the family.”

  • Coordinated interdisciplinary pain care for home-bound Veterans

    Veterans enrolled in VA’s Home Based Primary Care (HBPC) Program receive in-home care because of severe illness or because mobility restrictions prevent them from travelling to VA health care facilities.

  • VA providing better care for the elderly Veteran

    GeriPACTs: traditional health care services and community-based services with the goal of streamlining the health care experience of Veterans with geriatric needs. More than 60,000 patients in 2015.

  • News report calls VA ‘the Tesla of at-home care’

    Since 2000, the number of veterans getting home-based primary care has quadrupled and every VA medical center across the country has added a palliative care program.

  • Community Living Center makes Veterans feel at home

    Enjoying close relationships with Veteran residents at the Richmond, Virginia, VA Community Living. Center helps staff make a home away from for our nation’s heroes.

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