Military Caregiver Survey
Do you provide unpaid assistance for a wounded, injured, or ill Soldier, Sailor, Airman or Marine?
If you are a Caregiver, we need your input! The U.S. Army Public Health Center (APHC) is currently conducting a survey to better understand the unique needs and experiences of Military Caregivers. Your input is needed so that we can identify resources and other assistance you would like to receive in future.
Take this anonymous survey to help us better support you and your Service member.
A Military Caregiver is someone who provides unpaid assistance to a Service member with activities they once did on their own but are no longer able to do for themselves. Some Military Caregivers may not think of themselves as Caregivers. You may be a Military Caregiver if you provide or experience the following:
• Assist a Service member with day-to-day activities such as eating, dressing, toileting, showering, etc.
• Provide a Service member with emotional support.
• Advocate for new and better treatment for a Service member.
• Oversee legal or financial responsibilities for a Service member due to a wound, illness, or injury.
• Coordinate care (make doctor’s appointments or arrange for transportation to appointments, etc.) for a Service member.
• Miss work or change schedule to care for a Service member.
• Sometimes feel overwhelmed caring for a Service member.