Braelyn Aubrey Foundation

May 13, 2021

Episode 168

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Founder of the Braelyn Aubrey Foundation, Don Culp, opens up about the struggles of being a parent of a child with special needs and how the supports provided through the EFMP and Tricare made a positive impact in the life of his daughter and family. 


"When we are focused on the process it's easy to forget the most valuable resource, time."


This podcast has been made possible thanks to Hickam Officers’ Spouses’ Club. Advocating for children with disabilities and special needs.


Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program


"I am a CW3 in the Army Reserves.  I have been in the military since 1997.  I was enlisted and a chemical soldier.  I became a Warrant Officer in Feb, 2009.  I reported to Warrant Officer Candidate School Jan 21, 2009.  I attended flight school from 2009-2011 at Fort Rucker, Alabama.  I finished flight school in April of 2011.  May 2011, I left for deployment and came back in May 2012.  I work with the Army Reserve Careers Group helping support the Warrant Officer Retention mission.  In the civilian sector, I work as a Flight Consultant, teaching children about flying.  I am also the founder of the Braelyn Aubrey Foundation, which was created in memory of my daughter, Braelyn Aubrey Culp."

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