Caring for Caregivers

Silhouette of a soldier against the sun.

Bravery in the Home

Out of Tampa, Florida, USA comes a piece about caregivers for wounded combat veterans, the ones who work to keep home places not only worth living, but thriving as well, “Patti Katter: Care for Caregivers.”

Simply put: my deepest admiration to all those who work to make the day-to-day lives of the combat veterans they love more meaningful and more worthwhile. Throughout the years that I have had the opportunity to work with wounded service members, far more than once have I had the opportunity to see in the eyes of those caregivers fatigue, fear–and yet enduring love/

Here’s to each of you

Until tomorrow, be well,

Doc

For further information about the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and its mission to “Caring for Military Families,” see this link.

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