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Respite Care for CaregiversBy Military OneSourceJuly 19, 20173 Minutes
The first step in taking a break from caregiving is accepting that it is OK to walk away for a few minutes or even a few days. Exploring your options for occasional support and speaking with representatives can help you feel more comfortable leaving your loved one in the capable hands of another caregiver for short stretches of time.
Check out these other Wounded Warrior Resources available on Military OneSource. You can also learn skills for building resilience and managing stress in the webinar Ready and Resilient: Training Skills to Enhance the Personal Readiness of Wounded Warriors, Their Caregivers and Family Members.This episode is part of the Military OneSource Podcast.
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