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Warrior Care Policy Training Overview USSOCOM Care Coalition Conference. May 20, 2014. Warrior Care Policy Background.

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warrior care policy background
Warrior Care Policy Background
  • Office was established by November 2008 Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Personnel and Readiness (P&R) Directive Type Memorandum and became a permanent organization on 1 Oct 2009 per Program Decision Memo
  • Recovery Coordination Program was established by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 (Public Law 110-181, Section 1600 “Wounded Warrior Act”) to improve the care and management of recovering Service members
  • Mission: To support wounded, ill, and injured Service members in their recovery and reintegration or transition to civilian life.
  • Vision: To ensure the nation’s wounded, ill, and injured Service members, their families, and caregivers are not forgotten.

Guiding Principle: There is no higher priority than taking care of Service members who have become wounded, ill or injured while in service to our nation.

the office of warrior care policy
The Office of Warrior Care Policy

Policy

Execution

Disability Evaluation

(Fitness & Disability)

Recovery Coordination Program

Program Support

Education, Employment and Reconditioning

  • Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES)
  • Care Coordination
  • Recovery Coordination Program Support Solution (RCP-SS)
  • Caregiver Support
  • SCAADL
  • Business Support
  • Business Planning
  • IT
  • Budget
  • National Resource Directory
  • Education and Employment Initiative (E2I)
  • Operation Warfighter (OWF)
  • Military Adaptive Sports Program (MASP)

Training and Outreach

training outreach goals
Training & Outreach Goals
  • Service Members
  • Inform wounded ill, and injured Service members, their family, and caregivers about resources and services, and encourage a greater population to use these resources as they recover, rehabilitate and reintegrate into military or civilian life.
  • Stakeholders
  • Increase understanding of WCP’s mission and programs among customer and stakeholder groups across all phases of the Continuum of Carethorough :
        • Adaptability
        • Access
        • Partnership
        • Impact
training programs initiatives
Training Programs & Initiatives
  • Recovery Care Coordinator
  • Medical Evaluation Board Physician Training Standards and Performance Objectives (TSPO)
  • Veterans Administration Schedule for Rating Disability (VASRD)
  • Interagency Care Coordination
      • Lead Coordinator
  • Caregiver Support
      • Peer-to-Peer Network Awareness (in development )
      • Special Compensation for Assistance With Activities of Daily Living (SCAADL) (in development )
  • Learning Management System(LMS)
future training requirements
Future Training Requirements

DoD Policy Revision (Recovery Coordination Program, DoDI 1300.24)

  • Will provide an overarching policy in support of recovering Service members and their families (caregivers) that is inclusive of:
    • Congressional reporting requirements (Section 738 of NDAA 13)
    • DoDI 1300.25 (E2I/OWF)
    • Military Adaptive Sports
    • WCP oversight of Service Department Wounded Warrior Programs
  • Will require WCP to develop and implement mandatory annual training for RCCs
    • Mandatory annual training will be web-based and cover the following subject areas:
      • PTSD
      • TBI
      • Suicide Prevention
      • Resilience
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RCC E-Learning

    • E-Learning will not take the place nor serve as a substitute for instructor-led, classroom training
    • The Skillport Learning Management System (LMS) will provide RCCs access to interim and refresher training on topics critical to the their success
  • Allow for easy content hosting, delivery of e-Learning materials, and computerized tracking of participant enrollment and course completion
    • Phased Rollout
        • Phase I (April 2014): Caregiver Support & RCC Resilience
        • Phase II ( August 2014): Establishing Goals; Suicide Prevention; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
        • Phase III (FY 15): Recognizing Early Warning Signs of TBI/PTSD
partners
Partners
  • Military Health System
  • Service Department Wounded Warrior Programs
  • Military Community & Family Policy
      • Military One Source
      • Military Families Learning Network
  • Defense Center of Excellence (DCoE)
  • Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA)
  • Defense Suicide Prevention Office (DSPO)
  • Sexual Assault and Prevention Office (SAPRO)
  • Department of Labor (DOL)
  • Transition to Veterans Program Office (TVPO)
  • Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
points of contact
Points of Contact

Ms. Barbara Wilson

Director, Training & Outreach

Office of Warrior Care, (DHA)

703-428-7653

barbara.a.wilson40.civ@mail.mil

  • Ms. Sandra Mason
  • Director, Recovery Coordination Program
  • Office of Warrior Care (DHA)
  • 703-428-7630
  • sandra.r.mason10.civ@mail.mil

Mr. Jeff Lerner

Director,

Education, Employment & Reconditioning

Office of Warrior Care, (DHA)

703-428-7641

jeffrey.s.lerner.civ@mail.mil

Mr. Jonathan Morris

Director, Program Requirements

Office of Warrior Care , (DHA)

703-428-7636

jonathan.a.morris12.civ@mail.mil