We worked with the VA benefits rep assigned to the local military base to file Ms. America's application for catastrophic disability due to Huntingtons, which was approved. Included were statements and diagnoses from John Hopkins University - most important as correspondence from known and respected medical institutions carry more weight with the VA than those from local care providers. Review of military service medical records, if available, by a MD or medical team, associated with an HD clinic to identify HD symptoms should be included in support of the application - there is a case where home video, annotated by a doctor, of a service member falling down while in formation was submitted in support of a claim for VA disability. Also, take advantage of VA reps, as we did, or work with veteran service officers (VSOs), trained and certified by VA, at any of the veteran organizations, such as VFW, American Legion, DAV. You will also find help at the state level. And, dot the I's and cross the T's and feed back words/phrases in the VA requirements as initial review of applications are processed by machines.
BTW, the VA has an out reach program - Home Based Primary Care - that supports veterans in rural areas. Team Six out of the Washington DC VA Center was great in helping with Ms. America's care. They were her advocate in the VA system enabling her to remain at home throughout her battle with HD.
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Thank you for your information, I appreciate it, I will go to Va they told me before that because my husband income disability and retirement he makes too much to qualify for assistant, I do not worry too much for now, I stop working to take care of him, and with his money we are living but I am thinking in the future If I had the need to put him in a home if I am not able to take care of him I am trying to prepared myself before that happen.