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Archive for March 2018

Shoot Like A Girl

Good morning, This weekend includes the holy days of Passover and Easter. Whether or not you recognize these holidays in a religious or spiritual sense, you can agree that we are most blessed to live in America where we are free to choose. One of the best ways to protect freedom of choice is to…

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Highest Charity

The highest form of charity is to help someone become self-sufficient. How well Veterans know this fact. If you really want to help a Veteran, then help them retrain for work, and offer them gainful employment. As we transition from a service economy to a resource economy, we can show our patriotism in a way…

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Tribute to Caregivers who Die in the Line of Duty

Good morning. I am sure I could not say this better than our friends at, so with that in mind, here is the full text to honor the memory of those who died helping Veterans at the Pathway Home, Christine Loeber, Executive Director, Dr. Jen Golick, a therapist, and Dr. Jennifer Gonzales, a psychologist:…

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VA Resources

Here are some helpful links that Carers should add to their resource bank: Download the app at: (800) 273-TALK press option 1 Text to 838255 Every local VA has a Suicide Prevention Coordinator that can be found at the link above. Here is another great resource: Instead of bashing the VA,…

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Caregiving In Context

Caregiving In Context is one of the most challenging concepts to master. Not every client is going to like you. Not every client is going to love you. Heidi Duty only accepts Veterans, since they are not just clients. They are Heroes. The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington, DC reminds us that…

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