I’m proud to say my father-in-law was a JAG or Judge Advocate General’s Corps just after WWII. He’s been on my mind as I recently finished a program for the Veteran’s Affair’s Medical Center titled “PTSD in Older Veterans.”

The program, designed for caregivers, takes my breath away. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or “PTSD” can occur among members of the armed services who experience combat, have been exposed to injured or dead comrades, or who have suffered other traumatic experiences.

Although my father-in-law has no symptoms of PTSD, one of the main concerns of the VA is that our Veterans often go years–or decades–before they can admit to the symptoms. They are in great need of our support and understanding.

The series was directed by Bobby Miller, I acted as executive producer. If you’re interested in more from this series, just let me know.

About the Author

Lori Dowd

Lori Dowd is an award-winning filmmaker and founder of StoryTrack Studio. For over 20 years, she has directed and produced programming for a range of corporate, non-profit, online and broadcast partner/client.