Casualty Assistance Products
Audio and Video
Heidi J. Bauer, MSW, LCSW, a therapist specializing in working with service members and their families, presents an overview of her four simple drills to help reverse the symptoms of stress. These drills can help slow your heart rate, lower your blood pressure and reduce the level of stress hormones in your body. By doing these drills regularly, you can lower your baseline stress level and be better prepared to deal with stress in the future.
This booklet explores the issues of stress, trauma, grief and loss as it relates to reunion with an injured parent.
CDs and DVDs
"Talk, Listen, Connect: When Families Grieve" is a DVD resource kit featuring Elmo, other Sesame Street Muppets and the courageous stories of families who have experienced the death of a parent. The bilingual (English and Spanish) kit includes a DVD, children’s storybook and guide for parents and caregivers.
This Guide is designed to help families understand the services and resources provided by the Casualty Assistance Officers and to give them a broad overview of some of the benefits and entitlements that might be available to them.
This comprehensive binder organizing tool is designed to assist families in the days following the death of their loved one.
This comprehensive binder organizing tool, provided in Spanish, is designed to assist families in the days following the death of their loved one.
This Trevor Romain comfort kit for kids is centered on the Parents Choice Gold Award-winning DVD, "What on Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies?" Despite the serious subject matter, kids of all ages are enlightened and encouraged as Romain's characters learn how to move toward grief instead of running away from it. This comfort kit includes a DVD, book, a journal for self-expression, a stuffed animal for comfort, a special memory box for keepsakes, and a booklet for caregivers.
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