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I'm 100% p&t and my husband is disabled with stomach cancer. I applied for his social security and it was approved in 3 weeks. Does anyone know if I would qualify for the extra A/A pay for him and what exactly is this anyway? He is going through chemo now and is basically unable to do anything for himself. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Vicky B)

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Beans, I posted this here and meant to post it under Housebound for wife thread, which I will do now, but I don't know how to delete this here. LOL SS

My wife receives A&A from the VA (non veteran) at $136/mo. Housebound is not available if the veteran is alive, only A & A. Housebound may be added to DIC only. Use the standard 21-2680 (attached) for A & A. The civilian doctor files in the form in the same as if the applicant were the veteran, even though she is not a veteran.

21_2680.pdf

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