Hi, Trying to finish filling out forms for my 94-yr-old Dad, the veteran, to apply for A&A as veteran with sick spouse and suddenly confused about "claimant" terminology/technicalities. (Asked related questions earlier and sorry to repeat but think I may've posted in wrong place on the forum...?) That is, I thought I understood from all I've read here that Dad is the claimant because he, not my 91-yr-old Mom, is the veteran, though she is the one for whom they pay home health aides (necessitated by limitations caused mainly by her Parkinson's Disease (with dementia) and osteoarthritis). But now that I'm reading Form 21-2680 for the 100th time, it seems nonsensical to designate him as the "claimant" because he obviously is not the one who is the subject of the exam, diagnosis, and ADL limitations. It follows that I need to list her info in Boxes 2, 3, and 4B, as all the rest of the form and, of course, the basis for his financial eligibility, is about her. Right????? Thanks and thanks yet again for this site!