Proudly Supporting all Military Families with a Special Needs Dependent
Around us everywhere, we see vulnerabilities. Our military families are hurting. We can’t see healthcare specialists or get access to care. We’re shuffled around, stressed to the max, and tired. Despite the challenges that our military families face, this past week something remarkable happened; out of the depths of struggle, resilient families emerged.
Together, families banded to fight for better pediatric healthcare for our children by signing their name to the comprehensive study that will be submitting to TRICARE on October 1. For the last week, fellow military families said ‘enough is enough’ to less-than-adequate health care. Regardless of branch of service or location, our military families linked arms and stepped up to the plate.
We want to thank each and every one of you- for joining the event, for your signatures, for sharing, tweeting, blogging, and inviting others. Each one of you is part of this process, and we appreciate all of your support. What an honor and privilege it is to proudly serve alongside each one of you.
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