The Wounded Warrior Handbook: A Resource Guide for Returning Veterans

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Government Institutes, 2009 - History - 315 pages
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The typical wounded soldier must complete and file 22 forms following an active-duty injury. To many soldiers and their families coping with the shock and reality of the injuries, figuring out what to do next even completing tasks as seemingly easy as submitting paperwork can be overwhelming and confusing.Written with these men and women in mind, The Wounded Warrior Handbook provides our wounded heroes and their families with quick, straightforward answers to the questions they suddenly face and guides them through the deluge of processes, procedures, and policies they must adhere to in order to receive the care they deserve and need.Comprehensive and easy-to-use, the Handbook compiles information regarding medical treatment, rehabilitation, counseling, support, and transition, including.Symptoms, treatment options, and information resources of common injuries.Programs to help families reach and care for their injured soldiers.Definitions of the seven classifications of casualty and the notification process for next of kin.Documents family members should carry when traveling to see their loved ones.Challenges of reintegrating into everyday life, and tips and resources for succeeding.Guidance for finding a job that matches an injured soldier's physical abilities and skills.Organizations offering advocacy and legal assistance.Locations of Veterans Affairs hospitals, medical centers, and clinicsWhether you work with members of the military or support a community that does, you can help our embattled men and women make the transition from active duty to post-war domestic life with this time-saving and life-restoring book.

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Philpott (Education Facility Security Handbook; ed., Homeland Defense Journal) and Hill, president of a consulting provider and a U.S. Marine Corps volunteer, offer straightforward answers to ... Read full review

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Don Philpott has been writing, reporting, and broadcasting on international events, trouble spots, and major news stories for almost 40 years. He is the author or coauthor of more than 80 books, including The Integrated Physical Security Handbook (Homeland Defense Journal, 2006) and Education Facility Security Handbook (Government Institutes, 2007). Janelle Hill is the President and lead consultant of PBS Marketing/Federal Concierge LLC., a consulting provider supporting a variety of project and program needs to businesses, contractors, and the federal government. She is an Alumna of the National Defense University and a United States Marine Corps Volunteer. Barry McCaffrey, who wrote the foreword, served in the United States Army for 32 years and retired as a four-star General. At retirement, he was the most highly decorated serving General, having been awarded three Purple Heart medals for wounds received in his four combat tours, two Distinguished Service Cross awards, the nation's second highest award for valor, and two Silver Star awards for valor.

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