In order to better understand and advocate for caregivers of all disabled veterans, DAV is conducting a survey about the role, benefits, challenges and inequities facing family caregivers of disabled veterans. This survey builds on earlier research DAV undertook in 2014 to document how family caregivers allow disabled veterans to continue living in their own homes, rather than in nursing homes or assisted living facilities.
If you are a family member, relative or friend who provides care or assistance to a disabled veteran, or you are a disabled veteran who has a family member, relative or friend who provides care and assistance to you, please participate in DAV’s 2017 Family Caregiver Survey.
DAV will use this survey research as part of our continuing campaign to educate the public and policymakers about the important contributions and sacrifices made by family caregivers of disabled veterans. It will also help us advocate for legislation and federal policies that strengthen and expand programs supporting family caregivers of disabled veterans from all eras and finally eliminate inequities that currently exist in federal caregiver assistance programs.
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Thank you for continuing to support the men and women who served
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