Feds to renew dementia care funds to Maine Veterans Properties

The U.S. Division of Veterans Affairs has signaled that it’s going to start reimbursing Maine Veterans Properties once more for offering a sure sort of care to older sufferers with dementia and those that can’t stay alone.

The VA had lengthy reimbursed state veteran houses for offering what’s often called domiciliary care. However these funds stopped about 4 years in the past. And federal laws, enacted in 2021, that required reimbursements to renew has been gradual to get carried out.

Maine Veterans Properties CEO Sharon Fusco stated the unbiased nonprofit used capital reserves to proceed offering domiciliary care to about 130 sufferers.