Military families can tap into terrific programs and services to help their military children — from extensive digital libraries and teen camps to resources to make moves easier.
Children and teens learn flexibility, adaptability and resiliency through their life in a military family, but they may not understand how to apply those strengths to their current life situation.
Service providers and leaders can access various reports on children, youth and teens, such as demographics reports, readiness reports and Quality of Life reviews.
Exploring options, building a support network and self-advocating are steps students with special needs should take to prepare for their transition to adulthood.
Military kids get to develop skill sets other kids never learn. As a parent, that’s your job — helping your kids cope in healthy ways to changing circumstances.
Parenting is a perfect example of family readiness and resilience — it’s an “always-on” job. Like a military mission, responsible parenting requires attention, smarts, skills and support. Here are 20 tips to help you step up your parenting and improve your child-rearing skills. Everyone wins with responsible parenting.