There are many available resources that provide the elderly with extra help and the social security they need. Take advantage of the financial help resources that are available to you.
Check below to see if you meet the eligibility criteria and minimum qualifications for the listed benefits programs, designed to help you with your expenses:
The Veterans Independence Program (VIP) helps you remain independent and self-sufficient in your home and your community. Depending on your circumstances and health needs, you may qualify for financial assistance.
VIP does not replace other federal, provincial or municipal programs. Instead its role is to complement existing programs to help meet your needs.
We're a registered provider and we direct bill.
The Veterans Affairs Canada card provides Veterans with coverage for health care service benefits, prescription drugs, medical bills and much more. To find out if you qualify for the program visit Veterans Affairs Canada.
The Alberta Government provides multiple programs for low-income seniors looking for financial aid which can help with monthly living expenses such as homecare, groceries, and more. Below are links to a few different options and their application processes.
Housekeeping and yard maintenance:
Up to $1,226/per year per household for light housekeeping, grass cutting, and snow removal.
Yes, there are a variety of financial home care services available for seniors living in Canada. At Ohana, we accept the following financial aid services:
Please contact us if you have any additional questions about these financial aid options.
Typically, those who are 65 years of age or older qualify for senior financial aid. However, some programs offer financial assistance to those younger than 65.