• VA’s Medical Foster Home Program offers innovative opportunity to care

    Through the Medical Foster Home Program, caregivers can open their homes and their hearts to Veterans who need assistance with daily activities.

  • BRO team at Salisbury VA cares for dementia Veterans and their families

    Behavioral Recovery Outreach (BRO) team works with inpatient teams to stabilize behavioral issues such as aggression or verbal outbursts.

  • Updates on the Family Caregiver program for legacy participants and applicants

    VA is reviewing and examining the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers eligibility criteria. Here's what legacy participants and applicants should know.

  • Apply for a career aiding Veterans and their caregivers

    VA has made a renewed commitment to supporting Veterans and their caregivers and is hiring for positions in the Caregiver Support Program.

  • Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers to provide an additional year for eligibility, reassessment of certain participants

    VA's Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers will provide an additional year for eligibility and reassessment of certain participants.

  • Caregiver shares story of support for her Veteran spouse

    Bree Shields hopes her story encourages other military caregivers and Veterans to get the help they need through shared resources

  • AARP offers free resources for military caregivers grappling with stress, suicidal thoughts

    AARP has free resources to help military caregivers with stress, including a Facebook group for support and strategies developed with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation.

  • Afghanistan: How spouses, caregivers can support Veterans with PTSD

    The third part of this series focuses on spouses and caregivers, who are often on the front lines of helping a Veteran deal with posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

  • A Memorial Day Message from Hidden Heroes and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation

    Memorial Day is a difficult time for the military caregivers Hidden Heroes supports. Many will spend this weekend honoring and remembering those who were lost, while also doing their best to support their Veteran, who may be struggling to process their grief on this day.

  • AARP, Blue Star Families to host caregiving virtual town hall

    AARP and Blue Star Families are providing guidance to Veteran caregivers to improve Veteran care during COVID-19 and beyond. Take part in the Military Caregivers: Celebrating America’s Hidden Heroes virtual town hall on Tuesday, May 18 at 3 p.m. ET.

  • Community providers: Webinar – Involving caregivers in Veteran care

    This live, knowledge-based training will assist health care teams in understanding the needs of caregivers, their critical role in the care of the Veteran and the benefits of practicing inclusive care.

  • Veteran caregivers fulfill Lincoln’s ‘borne the battle’ charge, says SecVA

    Veteran caregivers completely fulfill President Abraham Lincoln’s charge to care for those who have borne the battle, VA Secretary Denis McDonough said Feb. 24 at an online forum.

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