I know that this organization was recommended to me as a source for help in determining eligibility and for filling out the application. I did have a telephone call with them yesterday. I wanted to share my experience. They were respectful, but business-like. They explained their whole disclaimer up front (this phone call was free, but they offer a service for filling out the VA application). This service costs from 500-800.00 Of course, they know that they can't legally charge for filling out the application, so they call it a 'cash flow analysis.' I wonder how that could cost 800, as my MIL has no assets or significant cash flow anyway. They did run through the basic questions on eligibility. It was good to hear that my MIL most likely qualifies. But then, they said of course I can fill out the application myself, but it would take from 8-12 months to get approval, vs paying them and getting it approved in about 4 months. I thought, well the approval time varies anyway, so how will 800 d0llars really speed that up? I am not certain that it is worth that price. In addition, they told me that the VA no longer uses the need for medication management as a criterion for A&A eligibility. I'm looking right at the form for the doctor and there is the item listed. The form is also current, so I'm thinking that they are just feeding me a line to get me to use their service. I don't doubt that it is a useful resource, but I know from this forum that there are less expensive ways to fill out the form and get it submitted. I was told that the local American Legion has an officer who can be your advocate and for much less cost. I just wanted to share.