My mom is currently receiving A&A assistance -- full amount. We are considering moving her to our home as she lives 8 hours (driving) away from us and has been diagnosed with cancer. She is also having some issues with her current ALF, and we don't feel she'll get the TLC she will need going through cancer treatment. I understand that family can be paid to be a caregiver, but I'm not sure if our finances will be taken into consideration when reviewing whether or not she still qualifies for A&A assistance. That doesn't seem right, but a friend mentioned that might be the case. My husband works, and I work from home and will be able to take care of her. We will also bring in someone a few times a week to help with bathing, meals for special diet, etc. I would appreciate any advice about being a family caregiver, how we go about letting the VA know of the change, and if this will hurt her chances to continue receiving A&A assistance. Also, do we need to have her in our home for a couple of months to have proof of her expenses here before alerting the VA? I want to make sure to do everything properly for the VA. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.