Military Caregiving

Wounded Warrior – Provider/Caregiver Resources

grieving soldier at graveyard

 

Caregiving 101 offers an array of general information for providers and caregivers such as caregiver stress, contingency plans, and communication strategies.

The ‘Confessions of a Caregiver’ blog series spotlights family caregivers who are working to care for their wounded warriors while meeting the everyday challenges that comes with life after the military.


 

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is the largest health payer in the United States, covering almost 90 million Americans.

By understanding the various learning styles service providers can better connect with families in order to provide the highest quality educational information to meet their individual needs.


Self-care is an important issue for caregivers and helping professionals. Learn to rebalance work and life priorities by practicing self-care using a variety of strategies and resources.

Many military families are caring for returning service members who have experienced injuries while in combat. Depending on the service members specific medical condition, learn about tips, strategies and resources for caregivers and providers.


TRICARE, the Department of Defense health plan for service members and their families encompasses an array of information. Learn to navigate the system to better serve families.