NeuroFlow and Wounded Warrior Project To Support Behavioral Health of Caregivers

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Caregivers across the country will now have access to the company’s behavioral health care platform

We are pleased to offer resources provided by NeuroFlow to help caregivers take care of themselves at the same level they do for our nation’s wounded veterans.

NeuroFlow, the leader in technology-enabled behavioral health integration, and Wounded Warrior Project, a tireless advocate and provider of lifesaving mental health programs for our nation’s injured veterans, announced new remote behavioral health support and resources to caregivers connected to the organization’s Independence Program. Wounded Warrior Project’s Independence Program supports veterans who suffered moderate to severe brain injury, spinal cord injury, or neurological conditions.

“As a veteran, this partnership is close to my heart and the DNA of our company,” said NeuroFlow CEO and former Army Captain Chris Molaro. “It’s truly an honor to work alongside Wounded Warrior Project to ensure veterans’ caregivers receive the tools and care they need to live fulfilling, independent lives.”

According to a WWP survey of the wounded warriors it serves, 31% of warriors need the aid and attendance of a caregiver because of their injuries and health problems. NeuroFlow will enable caregivers who support veterans in WWP’s Independence Program to remotely complete validated assessments, take health and mood surveys, record daily journals, and reinforce positive sleep and exercise habits. The solution charts the overall progress of the caregivers and is capable of delivering customized content based on diagnosis and engagement. NeuroFlow is an additional resource that complements the Independence Program’s case management approach to care.

“Our goal is to create the highest quality of life for our warriors, their families, and those that care for them daily. For the most severely injured, their recovery and well-being is directly tied to the health and well-being of their caregivers. That is why Wounded Warrior Project is investing in solutions to support these selfless individuals,” said WWP CEO Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Mike Linnington. “We are pleased to offer resources provided by NeuroFlow to help caregivers take care of themselves at the same level they do for our nation’s wounded veterans.”

In September, WWP announced a $7.25 million investment to support caregivers through direct grants, respite relief funding, and enhanced services and programming for caregivers in WWP’s Independence Program. Advances in digital health technology, including remote monitoring, have made it easier to provide support to caregivers and others who may not have easy access to mental health care. By delivering data insights and empowering users, solution providers like NeuroFlow help to combat the stigma around mental health while creating a bridge to support services and expertise.

Wounded Warrior Project was founded in 2003 and continues to be a source of hope and resiliency for veterans across the country.

About NeuroFlow
NeuroFlow is a digital health company combining workflow automation, consumer engagement solutions, and applied AI to promote behavioral health integration in all care settings. NeuroFlow’s suite of HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based tools simplify remote patient monitoring, enable risk stratification, and facilitate collaborative care. With NeuroFlow, health care organizations can finally bridge the gap between mental and physical health in order to improve outcomes and reduce the cost of care. http://www.neuroflow.com.

About Wounded Warrior Project
Since 2003, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has been meeting the growing needs of warriors, their families, and caregivers — helping them achieve their highest ambition. Learn more.

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