Veterans' Programs for Assisted Living There is financial assistance for assisted living for veterans in the form of a pension called the Aid and Attendance Benefit. As of 2019, this program can provide assistance up to $1,881 / month for a single veteran and up to $2,230 / month for a married veteran.
Assisted Living for Physically Challenged/Disabled Young Adults. Independent living for a disabled young adult offers room and board, housing, transportation and the use of a personal assistant. There is a variety of housing to choose from when considering assisted living options.
Assisted living generally ranges between $2,500 to $4,000. Adult family homes usually offer the lowest cost of assisted living options with the average price falling between $1500 and $4,500. Specific care needs may have an additional cost, and varying care needs are offered in the home.
Active Adult Communities include single-family homes, town homes, cluster homes, manufactured housing and multifamily housing. There are two types: age-restricted and age-targeted. Age-Restricted Communities are specifically aimed at persons age 55 and older. Under rules set down by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) in.