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Changing Our Model

Changing Our Model

Military health-related problems due to combat exposure are not purely military problems, DoD problems, or VA problems. They are national problems and we need to be thinking about national solutions in order to address them.

Getting past

Getting past "That's Just the Wife"

Why the success and resilience of the family is the single most important long-term determinant of a veteran's long-term health.

The 'Walls' That I Have Come Up Against

The 'Walls' That I Have Come Up Against

I know everyone’s story, while different, can be similar in a lot of ways. I have found there are many ‘walls’ that I have come up against. Some hit me right out of the blue with no warning and others crept up slowly. But, once I realized what the ‘wall’ was, I always...

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Learn to identify and treat the co-occurring conditions that are common in deployment-related concussion.

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Using Communities to Further the True Meaning of Resiliency

Using Communities to Further the True Meaning of Resiliency

Service members, veterans, and their caregivers are incredibly resilient, says Adam, but learning to connect with whatever community you are in will only strengthen that resiliency.

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