Bullies are mean. Bullies are scary. Bullies are a pain in the brain — and every child needs to know what to do when confronted by one. This book blends humor with serious, practical suggestions for coping with bullies.
Created with the help of service members who have returned from combat and military experts on reunion and reintegration, this booklet provides a detailed list of resources that help returning service members and their families deal with all aspects of reunion and reintegration. Note: This book is not intended for children or adolescents.
This handbook offers a comprehensive guide to the services and supports available to older people and their families, with a focus on practical advice for caregivers. It includes information on housing options, nursing home care and community services such as home-delivered meals, home health care and chore services. The handbook also provides information on legal and financial issues such as powers of attorney, Medicare and Medicaid, and offers tips and strategies for coping with the stress that can come with caregiving.
This children's board book is designed to support young children, their parents and caregivers through post-deployment reunification. This book addresses family change and connectedness from the young child’s perspective, capturing the range of emotions and experiences which can be associated with post-deployment reunion.
This booklet explores the issues of stress, trauma, grief and loss as it relates to reunion with an injured parent.
This board book can provide reassurance and comfort to a young child who is separated from a military parent because of deployment. Through this book, parents and caregivers can help keep hearts and minds open for a successful reunion. Each book has an insert in the back for a photo of the deployed parent so that the child can see daddy while thinking about him.
This board book can provide reassurance and comfort to a young child who is separated from a military parent because of deployment. Through this book, parents and caregivers can help keep hearts and minds open for a successful reunion. Each book has an insert in the back for a photo of the deployed parent so that the child can see mommy while thinking about her.
The Military and Family Life Counselor Program includes personal financial counseling to help you and your family manage finances, resolve financial problems and reach long-term goals, such as getting an education, buying a home and planning for retirement.
Divorce is painful and confusing for everyone involved, especially kids. Using gentle humor, Trevor Romain gives kids practical, helpful advice for dealing with the pain of divorce - such as knowing that it isn't their fault, that they shouldn't take sides or hide their emotions and that talking to friends can really help.