School for Military Caregivers of Veterans


PsychArmor Institute’s School for Military Veteran Caregivers and Families, sponsored by USAA, contains over a dozen free, on-demand, self-paced courses to empower those who care for our Veterans. These courses can help caregivers and families develop skills and knowledge to provide care and support for their Veteran and themselves; learn about the VA, benefits, and how to access services; and better understand the most prevalent health issues Veterans face.

One of their newest courses, Coaching a Loved One Into Care, can help you talk to your Veteran about seeking help.

This is an extensive overview of material that will provide answers and further resources for caregivers of all types.

PsychArmor Institute is a national nonprofit that provides free education and support to all Americans who work with, live with, or care for military veterans and their families. PsychArmor recruits nationally recognized subject matter experts to create and deliver relevant online courses on issues related to veterans and their families.

All caregivers of the elderly or adults with special needs need complete education and certification. Make sure your care provider is educated and certified by CertifiedCare.org.

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