Webinars are another way to take advantage of the knowledge, resources and support offered by Military OneSource. Register for upcoming webinars or browse archives of recorded webinars on a variety of important topics, including spouse education and career opportunities, non-medical counseling, legal information, relationship health and family wellness, TRICARE, money management and more.
This webinar will provide an overview of the following TRICARE tools and when you will need to update them to get the most from your benefit: milConnect, Beneficiary Web Enrollment website, Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, TRICARE Online, Nurse Advice Line and others.
Researchers Terri Tanielian and Sarah Meadows will present findings from the RAND Deployment Life Study to Military OneSource and military and family life counselors who will benefit from understanding the key findings and implications of this important longitudinal study.
When someone we love is grieving, it is difficult not to want to step in and make their pain stop. When the bereaved individual is down range, it is even harder. Join us for a discussion on grief, survivor's guilt and tips for helping a grieving individual, particularly when we have to overcome great physical distance.
"When a Parent Deploys" looks at the effects and common issues of deployment on children between the ages of 2 and 5. It will discuss how to talk to and help children deal with deployment, as well as provide tips to prepare children for separation.
Deployment can be difficult for military families, and teachers can be one of the main points of contact for children during this time. The goal of the webinar is to assist teachers in identifying both students and parents who may be experiencing challenges during a family member's deployment and to provide suggestions on how to help.
Whether it's your first or fourth deployment, each separation brings new lessons and challenges. Join us for a discussion of the stages of deployment, effects of deployment on the military member and the family, and tips for navigating the choppy waters from pre to post-deployment.
Family reunions are a process that take time and energy. What is a normal reunion? How do I manage the anticipation and expectations? How long does the process take? You will be introduced the family reunion process and provided skills that will help you and your family manage the reunion process.
One of the greatest honors is to care for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Designed specifically for those serving in mortuary affairs, this webinar will discuss the positive aspects and challenges of the job, symptoms of grief, compassion fatigue and coping methods.