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Go to "So Far" Guide for Helping Children and Youth Cope with the Deployment of a Parent in the Military R
"So Far" Guide for Helping Children and Youth Cope with the Deployment of a Parent in the Military R
Children whose parents are in the Military Reserves face special challenges related to deployment of their parent. While the feelings they experience are in some ways much like those of children who...
http://www.nmfa.org/site/DocServer/SOFAR_Children_Pamphlet.p...
Go to A Handbook for Family and Friends of Service Members: Before, During and After Deployment
A Handbook for Family and Friends of Service Members: Before, During and After Deployment
Created as a companion to the PBS series “This Emotional Life,” A Handbook for Family & Friends of Service Members explores the stressors and feelings individuals may encounter throughout the...
http://store.samhsa.gov/product/SMA10-EMLKITM
Go to Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind
Advancing the Health of the Family Left Behind
This fact sheet provides guidelines to healthcare providers and their support staff on how to properly support families of deployed soldiers who have been left behind.
http://www.cstsonline.org/downloads/CTCHealthFamilyLeftBehin...
Go to Children, Teens, and Resiliency
Children, Teens, and Resiliency
American Academy of Pediatrics website provides insight, guidance, and advice to help teens and families cope with the pressures of day-to-day life. For both parents and teens
http://aap.org/stress/default.htm
Go to Coming Together Around Military Families (CTAMF)
Coming Together Around Military Families (CTAMF)
CTAMF Initiative increases awareness of the impact of trauma, grief, and loss on very young children, through specialized training and support, for the professionals who are supporting military...
http://www.zerotothree.org/site/PageServer?pagename=key_mili...
Family Focus: A Handbook for Family and Friends of Service Members
Created as a companion to the PBS series “This Emotional Life,” A Handbook for Family & Friends of Service Members explores the stressors and feelings individuals may encounter throughout the...
Go to Free Talk Kit for Parents of Military Children
Free Talk Kit for Parents of Military Children
The Partnership for a Drug-Free America, together with the National Military Family Association and the National Association of School Nurses, announced the launch of new online tools to assist...
http://www.timetotalk.org/military/
Go to Guerra y terrorismo: Consejos para apoyar a los niños en el hogar y en la escuala
Guerra y terrorismo: Consejos para apoyar a los niños en el hogar y en la escuala
Por Philip Lazarus, PhD, NCSP, Andrea Canter, PhD, NCSP, y Katherine C. Cowan Asociación Nacional de Psicólogos Escolares
http://www.nasponline.org/resources/translations/warterroris...
Go to Guide for Helping Children and Youth Cope with Separation
Guide for Helping Children and Youth Cope with Separation
This guide was created for parents, relatives, teachers, service members, and community members to help children and youth cope with separation from a parent due to military deployment. Because...
http://www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil/portal/page/mhf/MHF/MHF...
Go to Helping Children Cope During a Deployment
Helping Children Cope During a Deployment
This fact sheet contains useful information for you — parents and family caregivers — to help children cope during a parents’ deployment. Experts in military medicine and family trauma who...
http://cstsonline.org/csts_items/CTC_children_helping_during...
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