Posted on Sep 29, 2020
PO3 Deidre Blascyk
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Megan doesn't fit the stereotype of a caregiver - that's because there isn't one typical caregiver. She's young, her husband is still an active service member, and she will be a caregiver for the rest of her life.

The OFC program through the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving has helped Megan work through the challenges of caregiving, and resources through Sesame Street in Communities have been invaluable in helping her 4 year-old son understand why his dad sometimes seems stressed or upset. When Megan's son wants to know why he can't play with Daddy after work, those Sesame Street for Military Families resources are invaluable.

She explains that Daddy sometimes has "Stormy Days," and even at just 4 years old, her son understands. Learn more: https://buff.ly/3114Hyv
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Thank you for the great article share sister PO3 Deidre Blascyk
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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We actually have some vet to vet peer caregivers as well as family caregivers on the MVCN. Come and check us out.
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