Nov 13, 2019
Stress can impact anyone, including kids of all ages, but it can be managed and you can help your child through the process. Let’s talk about what stress is for a military-connected child, what it might look like and a few strategies to deal with it.
Dr. Linda Scott is the former Program Manager at the...
Nov 6, 2019
Military life is different and so are your finances. There are deployments, postings, you might not have family close by and you might have businesses willing to give you a “great” deal. Let’s examine financial planning from a military perspective.
Suzie Fines is a financial planner with SISIP at...
Oct 30, 2019
If you have a child and work takes you halfway across the world, you are parenting from afar. So what can you do before, during and after a deployment to make this whole experience better?
Tracy Beck has been facilitating workshops for children for over 20 years. These popular workshops for kids ages...
Oct 23, 2019
The transition from the military to the civilian world represents a huge cultural shift. Let’s explore why it is such a big adjustment, the different kinds of transition, loss of identity, what the challenges are, and what helps during the process.
Dr. Anne Irwin served in the Canadian Forces Reserve...
Oct 16, 2019
If you have a special needs child, a family member with extra needs, or an elderly parent needing care, you might be overwhelmed with information, processes, and where to go first. Navigating Systems looks at the big hurdles that military families face, how to plan and self-advocate, and how to tackle this...