Camp Corral is Rallying to Empower Military Kids and Families to Live Their Best Life Possible

January 13, 2022

Episode 203

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Kerry Irvin from Camp Corral discusses the importance of identifying military connected children who are also caregivers and the support available to them.



Show Notes:

Identifying if a child is a caregiver:               

Supports for caregiving children:                      

15 Things Military and Veterans’ Kids Want You to Know:


Bio: Kerry Irvin

Kerry Irvin a DoD certified Master Resilience Trainer and the Director of External Relations and Partnerships at Camp Corral, a national non-profit organization whose mission is to transform the lives of the children of wounded, ill, and fallen military heroes through camp, advocacy, and enrichment programs.

Kerry is the North Carolina Military Spouse of the Year and mother of four whose work in support of military families has been recognized with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award and the Secretary of the Army’s Superior Public Service Medal.

She is a frequent guest speaker and trainer on the topics of military family well-being, resilience, emotional intelligence, growth mindset, leadership, and team building.  


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