Workforce Development

Coming Together Around Military Families - Duty to Care: Supporting Young Children through Challenging Times

Mar 7, 2016

This session introduces some of the unique challenges faced by military families with very young children and how early learning professionals can support them.

Military parents with very young children are experiencing repeated deployments and extended deployments, and for some, the injury or death of their service member. This session introduces some of the unique challenges faced by military families with very young children and how early learning professionals can support them. Whatever your role in promoting the well-being of young children and their families, this session is sure to be a valuable asset in your practice. Participants will focus on understanding how stress may affect babies, toddlers, and their families—and what you can do to foster resiliency.

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