Proudly Supporting all Military Families with a Special Needs Dependent
Introducing our Military Spouse of the Day, Jeremy Hilton, an Air Force spouse of nearly 20 years, currently stationed in Washington, DC.
Jeremy’s favorite part of being a military spouse is helping to support our men and women who are protecting our freedoms with their service in the military. He says, “The military spouse community is a small one and, especially in “disability world”, other military spouses go out of their way so often to help each other.”
Jeremy’s daughter Kate was born with hydrocephalus, with a number of secondary conditions. Advice Jeremy would give to other military special needs families: “Trust your gut and know that you are your child’s best advocate. If you ever get a chance, it is a privilege and a responsibility to take what you have learned along the way and advocate for others.”
The Military Special Needs Network honors and salutes Jeremy Hilton, our Military Spouse of the Day. We thank you for being such a wonderful military spouse and an amazing advocate.
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