Caregivers

When your spouse or loved one suffers a severe injury or debilitating illness, you may experience a range of emotions, including grief and anger. It is important to take care of yourself as much as possible while caring for your loved one. While Military OneSource does not provide health care services, it does offer information about the services and benefits available and provides resources for caregivers to assist them in their role.

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When Your Spouse Has a Traumatic Brain Injury

As a spouse of a service member who has suffered a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, you may be experiencing a range of emotions. It is important to allow yourself to feel every emotion that surfaces and attend to your own needs.

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Taking Care of Yourself During Times of Stress and Grief
This past year has been a difficult one for many, with the strain of the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it has brought. Caring about someone in the military can add another layer of stress and grief. You may be concerned about your service memb...
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Special Needs Consultations

Special needs consultants through Military OneSource can answer your questions and concerns about the care and education of your child or adult family member with special needs.

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An Overview of Adults With Special Needs

Supporting adult family members with complex needs may involve collaboration with a variety of support systems and community-based services.

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The Exceptional Family Member Program: A Program for Families With Special Needs

When your family member has special needs, you have an extra roster of “must-dos” to be a good guardian of your family. Think about enrolling in the EFMP as one of them.

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