Veterans and their families have made significant sacrifices for our country. As a veteran’s spouse or dependent, you may qualify for VA and TRICARE-funded programs that provide skilled and unskilled care. Through these programs and with the help of our experienced caregivers, Maxim can provide the support you need in your daily life.
We can provide a range of care services, including private duty nursing, personal care, therapies and intermittent nursing as authorized and available. Please check with your local Maxim office to learn what services are available near you.
Our services include:
- Ventilator and tracheostomy care
- Feeding tube care and management
- Seizure management
- Oxygen management
- Home medical equipment and supplies coordination
- Family training and education
- Medication management
- Personal care (bathing, daily hygiene, etc.)
- Homemaker services
- TPN infusion
- Physical, occupational or speech therapy
- Applied behavioral analysis therapy
Veteran’s family healthcare programs
Maxim provides care for veterans’ spouses, family members and beneficiaries with a range of conditions through the following programs.
Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs
CHAMPVA allows the VA to share the cost of covered healthcare services and supplies with beneficiaries. CHAMPVA covers up to 24/7 in-home nursing care for those who qualify.
Spina Bifida Health Care Benefits Program
The Spina Bifida Program provides healthcare benefits for biological children of Vietnam-era veterans who served in Korea, Vietnam or Thailand diagnosed with Spina Bifida.
Camp Lejeune Family Member Program
The Camp Lejeune Family Member Program is for family members of veterans who lived or served at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, and were potentially exposed to drinking water contaminated with industrial solvents, benzene and other chemicals.
Children of Women Vietnam Veterans Health Care Benefits Program
This program provides VA-financed healthcare benefits to women Vietnam veterans’ birth children who the VA has determined to have a covered birth defect. We partner with the Veterans Health Administration Office of Community Care to provide extended home healthcare services to dependents and eligible beneficiaries.
TRICARE’S Home Health Care Benefit
The Home Health Care Benefit provides part-time, intermittent nursing to beneficiaries that do not qualify for skilled care through other TRICARE programs.
The Maxim advantage
Maxim has provided compassionate care to patients across the country for over 30 years. Last year, our experienced caregivers provided 588,001 hours of care to our 1,460 VA-funded patients. To learn more about the services available to military families, visit our Military & Federal page or contact your local office.
Veteran’s spouses, dependents, survivors and family caregivers may qualify for certain benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Visit va.gov to learn more about what you and your family may be eligible for.