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Family Members of Veterans with Disabilities Survey

May 20, 2016
Source: Institute on Employment and Disability

In an effort to explore the continued challenges faced by post-9/11 veterans with disabilities as they transition from military service back to their home communities and the civilian workforce, Cornell University (in collaboration with the Bob Woodruff Foundation) has conducted a series of focus groups of veterans and the employer community. We have received some great feedback and recommendations from these two groups, but we know the story is not complete without the voices of military spouses and veterans family members.

Therefore, we have designed a short survey (10 open-ended questions) in order to gain the critical perspective of military family members. If you or someone you know is a spouse or family member of a service-connected disabled post-9/11 veteran, we hope you will consider sharing your thoughts with us or encouraging others to do so.

The survey is completely anonymous and participation is voluntary. The survey will remain open until Wednesday, May 25, 2016. You can cut and paste the following address into your web browser: http://sgiz.mobi/s3/Family-Members-of-Veterans-with-Disabilities

Questions about the survey and/or the project can be sent to Judy Young: jy335@cornell.edu.

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