Hidden heroes : America's military caregivers / Rajeev Ramchand, Terri Tanielian, Michael P. Fisher, Christine Anne Vaughan, Thomas E. Trail, Caroline Epley, Phoenix Voorhies, Michael William Robbins, Eric Robinson, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar ; sponsored by Caring for Military Families: The Elizabeth Dole Foundation.
Contributor(s): Epley, Caroline [author.] | Fisher, Michael P [author.] | Ghosh-Dastidar, Bonnie [author.] | Robbins, Michael William [author.] | Robinson, Eric [author.] | Tanielian, Terri L [author.] | Trail, Thomas [author.] | Vaughan, Christine Anne [author.] | Voorhies, Phoenix [author.] | Rand Corporation [issuing body.].Material type: BookSeries: Research report (Rand Corporation): RR-499-TEDF.Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : RAND Corporation, Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (xxx, 258 pages) : tables (some color), color maps.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0833085557; 0833085565; 9780833085559; 9780833085566.Subject(s): Caregivers -- Services for -- United States | Medicine, Military -- United States | Military nursing -- United States | Military social work -- United States | Psychology, Military | Veterans -- Care -- United States -- Psychological aspects | Veterans -- Health and hygiene -- United States | Veterans -- Medical care -- United States | Veterans -- Mental health services -- United States | Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena | Caregivers | Delivery of Health Care | Disabled Persons | Education | Health Care Economics and Organizations | Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services | Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation | Health Care | Health Personnel | Health Planning | Health Services Research | Named Groups | Needs Assessment | Occupational Groups | Persons | Population Characteristics | Social Environment | Social Sciences | Social Support | Socioeconomic Factors | Sociology | Veterans | Military doctors -- United States -- Services for | Military nurses -- United States -- Services for | Military personnal -- United States -- Health and hygiene | Military personnal -- United States -- Medical care | Military personnal -- United States -- Mental health services | Military social workers -- United States -- Services for | Caregivers -- Services for | Health & Biological Sciences | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Work-Related Health | HISTORY -- United States -- State & Local -- General | Law, Politics & Government | Medicine, Military | Medicine | Military & Naval Medicine | Military & Naval Science | Military Administration | Military nursing | Military social work | Psychology, Military | Veterans -- Health and hygiene | Veterans -- Medical care | Veterans -- Mental health services | Caregivers -- statistics & numerical data -- United States | Caregivers -- statistics & numerical data | Veterans -- statistics & numerical data -- United States | Veterans -- statistics & numerical data | Disabled Persons -- rehabilitation -- United States -- Statistics | Disabled Persons -- rehabilitation | Needs Assessment -- statistics & numerical data -- United States | Needs Assessment -- statistics & numerical data | Social Support -- United States -- Statistics | Social Support | Socioeconomic Factors -- United States -- Statistics | Socioeconomic Factors | United States | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic book. | Statistics. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Hidden Heroes : America's Military Caregivers.DDC classification: 973.776 Online resources: Digital version
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-258).
Introduction -- Critical lifelines : the role and contributions of military caregivers -- Understanding and addressing caregiver needs : the risks and consequences of caregiving and programs to mitigate them -- Evolving needs : sustaining caregiver and care recipient well-being now and in the future -- Closing gaps : conclusions and recommendations -- Appendix A. Survey methods -- Appendix B. Survey analysis -- Appendix C. Enumeration of Military Caregivers -D. Environmental scan methods -- Appendix E. Environmental scan organizational characteristics -- Appendix F. Federal and state policies and programs to support military caregivers -- Appendix G. Programs and organizations excluded from the environmental scan -- Appendix H. Military support programs and organizations included in the environmental scan.
"While much has been written about the role of caregiving for the elderly and chronically ill and for children with special needs, little is known about "military caregivers"--The population of those who care for wounded, ill, and injured military personnel and veterans. These caregivers play an essential role in caring for injured or wounded service members and veterans. This enables those for whom they are caring to live better quality lives, and can result in faster and improved rehabilitation and recovery. Yet playing this role can impose a substantial physical, emotional, and financial toll on caregivers. This report summarizes the results of a study designed to describe the magnitude of military caregiving in the United States today, as well as to identify gaps in the array of programs, policies, and initiatives designed to support military caregivers. Improving military caregivers' well-being and ensuring their continued ability to provide care will require multifaceted approaches to reducing the current burdens caregiving may impose, and bolstering their ability to serve as caregivers more effectively. Given the systematic differences among military caregiver groups, it is also important that tailored approaches meet the unique needs and characteristics of post-9/11 caregivers."--Abstract.
Little has been reported about "military caregivers"--The population of those who care for wounded, ill, and injured military personnel and veterans. This report summarizes the results of a study designed to describe the magnitude of military caregiving in the United States today, as well as to identify gaps in the array of programs, policies, and initiatives designed to support military caregivers.
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