I’m always eager to support caregiver causes, and this upcoming documentary caught my attention.
“The Weight of Honor” is a documentary about family caregivers tending to their loved ones who were wounded while serving in the military. These caregivers, often young and caring for young children, find themselves suddenly tending to spouses who have suffered catastrophic injuries and who are dealing with PTSD.
You can watch the trailer here:
I recently watched a very moving PBS documentary, “Of Men and War,” that focused on a PTSD treatment center, the first of its kind. To hear what these men went through, and what they are battling to overcome, was gut-wrenching, but something that deserves more recognition and support.
Like many documentary filmmakers, funds are tough to come by, even for such a noble cause. Director and producer Stephanie Howard has started a crowdsourcing campaign for finishing funds for the film. If you would like to support the project, please consider a donation and share information about the film on your blog and social media.
I look forward to seeing this documentary and learning more about what military family caregivers experience.
3 responses to “Supporting caregivers of wounded warriors”
I look forward to it, as well. I am a veteran with PTSD, as well as the caregiver for my wounded warrior husband.
I thank both of you for your service, as well as a special thanks for being a caregiver.
Thank you, it was our honor to serve. Thank you.