Because of medical advances, this generation of post-9/11 veterans is now surviving injuries once considered fatal and returning to communities that may be ill-prepared to care for them.

A recent summit convened by the Gary Sinise Foundation and the USC School of Social Work’s Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families brought together a diverse set of experts in physical, psychological and community needs to discuss the challenges faced by severely wounded warriors and their caregivers.

Held at the University of Southern California, about 60 attendees at the “Closing the Gap” summit aimed to identify gaps in care and […]