Military Families Learning Network webinars are free and require no registration. Several viewing options offer flexibility to participate in live webinars...>Read More
Military Family Caregiving focuses on improving the lives of wounded warrior caregivers through the use of educational materials and online resources.>Read More
"Quick and Healthy Recipes" is a user-friendly, attractive, and searchable database featuring recipes submitted by members of the "Families, Food and Fitness...>Read More
The scope of the challenge
A new report estimates that the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease will triple in coming decades, both globally and in the U.S.,...>Read More
Anger and frustration are common emotions for young children. Child care providers can help young children learn how to handle anger in productive ways by...>Read More
If you are a child care provider working with children in military families, it is important to understand the stresses of military life and to find ways to...>Read More
Young children need help and support to understand death and other losses. Helping a young child deal with loss and grief is one of the most difficult...>Read More
Carmen and her parents are at odds. She’s 13, and feels she will die without a smartphone. Her parents, fearing that the smartphone offers too many options...>Read More
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Christina Rackley has been recently hired by the Military Families Learning Network Family Development concentration area as a support staff member. She will...