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In February 2011 VA launched a toll-free national VA caregiver support line since then more than 25,000 calls and email queries have been received the support line provides guidance to the spouses and loved ones who provide daily assistance to the veterans who serve this nation and in recent months VA Caregiver Support Services has also rolled out enhanced benefits that you may qualify for veterans eligible for extended caregiver support benefits include those who sustained a serious injury including traumatic brain injury psychological trauma or other mental disorders incurred or aggravated in the line of duty on or after September 11th 2001 veterans eligible for this program must also be in need of personal care services because of an inability to perform one or more activities of daily living caregiver support services include a monthly stipend travel expenses including lodging and per diem while accompanying veterans undergoing care access to health care insurance if the caregiver is not already entitled to care or services under a health care plan and mental health services and counseling caregiver support coordinators are available at every VA Medical Center to assist veterans and their family caregivers with the application process to find your local Caregiver Support Coordinator visit VA scare giver support website at www.uvu.edu/library you

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How can the people around caregivers help support them? Is there a way that people try to help that actually stresses them out more?
Every caregiver is different and so are the people they take care of. You could just ask them directly however chance are they won't be able to think of anything.When I was still a caregiver for my dad I would take him out at least a few times a week. It was difficult because he lost mobility but wasn't aware of it himself. The apartment he was living in was not suitable either as there where 13 steps to the front door.I much appreciated the two boys next door who loyally helped my father up and down the stairs. In exchange I would sometimes invite them to the movies or for ice cream with my dad. I generally appreciated people who would acompany us on these outings as long as I didn't feel I'd have to entertain them or they wouldn't feel embarrassed. Later when it became more difficult to leave I would appreciate it when people would help me out with grocery shopping etc.The most important thing I believe is for the caregiver to know you're there for them and they feel they could count on you when needed.Edited for some typos
How might a network of support for Autism Spectrum people and their caregivers be developed?
Getting information from people who actually have been diagnosed with autism is vital to understanding their challenges and having compassion, not pity. Learning how to help them cope in a world they will never be able to completely understand and vice versa for their family, fruends, coworkers. Encourage them to tell the world their stories.  Temple Grandin's"Animals in Translation" was such an eyeopener for me. Amazing how she was able to use the unique talents of autism to revolutionize the humane treatment of animals is one example of advantages of autism and a must read for anyone bewildered by autistic traits.
What is the legal status of volunteer police officers, nonprofessionals used to fill out the ranks?
First, read this answer.What is it like to be a volunteer police officer?Reserve police officers (in the US) usually receive the same Police Academy training as active officers and are part of a specific police department subject to the same restrictions and commands while on duty. They serve less often and in less demanding roles (closing off streets for a parade, checking transit fares, etc.). Since much of the more routine police work involves basic skills that don't improve or degrade much, reserve officers face the situations with many of the same skills and capabilities as active officers.
Would you support Trump if he was voted out of office but refused to step down?
How could that happen? If there were an election and he lost he would step down. I am not sure what you are referring to.The only ones showing signs of unwillingness to step down are the democrats who act as if he is an imposter. It’s pretty crazy. They’ve done everything but walk in and pull him out. Hillary is now filling her life with the new ‘Resistance training’ she has created, and Obama has done the same with his version of it. (Look it up) Building ‘armies’ to resist. That looks like non-acceptance to me.A truly spoiled response. I wish they knew how they look because it will cause them to lose again in the future elections. They don’t get it because they surround themselves with only each other.The republicans waited for 8 years through Obama with REAL things to go after, but they didn’t. The DNC and the media has created a false reality for the Dems which they (mostly) all believe, despite all the admissions of fake news ‘mistakes’ by CNN and others. I wish them all well. And the conservatives do as is said so well, “the dogs bark but the caravan moves on”.
What are Trump supporters going to support when he’s out of office?
The same as now — white people, white hoods, guns, righteously angry gods, trucks. Heterosexual missionary style asymmetrically satisfying sex.That probably doesn’t sound tolerant.