Parenting Through Deployment
Your head's wrapped around the whole deployment thing. You know what you need to do, you've planned your deployment, you're ready — or at least you're getting there. But deployment preparation has an extra, important step when you're a parent — preparing your children for each phase of the deployment cycle (before deployment, deployment and after deployment).
Staying Connected With Your Child's Teachers During a Deployment
You may be thousands of miles from home, but you can still be a dynamic partner in your child's education. With a combination of technology and parental interest, you can keep up with their grades and stay in touch with their teachers, no matter where you are.
15 Tips for Helping Your Teenager Deal With Deployment
Patience, communication and extra care can go a long way in comforting a teenager who is dealing with deployment. Knowing how to respond as a parent to the feelings associated with deployment will ensure a successful transition for everyone.
Supporting Your Military Children Through the Deployment Cycle
As parents, we want to be good role models for our children. When word of a deployment comes, you’ll get a chance to show your kids what it takes to be a good guardian of your family.
Deployment Resources for Families
While military families know how to stand strong, the stresses of deployment can bring extra challenges. At Military OneSource, we're here to help — by connecting you to a wide array of programs and services designed for military families.
Becoming a New Father While You’re Deployed
Don’t let the stress of deployment spoil the bliss you feel as an expectant father. Even if you won’t be there for the delivery, you can still experience the joys of new fatherhood.
Sesame Street for Military Families
When parents transition, so do kids. Sesame Workshop now has a new resource to support active-duty military and veteran families with kids ages 2 to 5 as they transition from military to civilian life.