Transition smoothly from summer to school by making a great game plan for the school year with your child. By doing so, you can help your child establish a sense of ownership in the plan to prepare them for – and perhaps even get excited about – going back to school.
Family & Relationships
You're part of a military family that numbers in the millions. You share common experiences, values and feelings of being in this together. That’s community. To support and bolster your own family, lean on your military community – including Military OneSource – to find answers and guidance from those who have been there, done that.
As a parent of a military youth, you can help your children learn how to develop healthy ways to deal with stress and life’s curveballs.
MilParent Power offers helpful information and practical tools to help busy military parents build family togetherness, readiness and resilience.
Keeping your Special Care Organizational Record organized and up to date makes it easy for you to use and ready if someone needs to step into your role as a caregiver.
The Department of Defense offers expanded hourly child care service for military families. Find answers to frequently asked questions here.