In Their Honor
As our Veteran population ages, let’s ensure we stand ready to serve them as they bravely served us! From aging in place to providing end of life care.
Veterans in the United States are over the age of 65.
Source: 2020 Census
Veterans die each year.
over the next two decades is the expected growth rate of Veterans aged 85 and older.
Did You Know?
What if communities stood shoulder to shoulder, supporting Veterans and their loved ones through the end of life?
What would that look like, who would be involved, and how would the impact be measured?
Collectively, we can design innovative solutions to engage communities to stand in the space.
Together we can do great things.
I can do things you cannot.
You can do things I cannot.
- Mother Teresa
So I ask you,
Will you join me?
“Dr. Galloway-Salazar was a wonderful presenter, and was great at facilitating discussions. I will definitely recommend my colleagues to keep an eye out for training that she is involved in! Absolutely loved it! Bring this speaker back!"
Doc Q In Action
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Check out Doc Q at the Elizabeth Dole Foundation's National Convening in 2022!
To catch Doc Q's favorite moment, "Support in the Journey from Caregiver to Survivor- A Roadmap for the Future", jump to the 1:13:51 mark.