12 Sep Connecting with Military Families

Connecting with Military Families

BeADisciple.com, Leadership Centers
Completion Time: 6 weeks
CEUs: Yes 2
Tuition: $40
Instructor(s): A registered nurse, Teresa
Contact Info: Lisa Buffum

Class Description

This six-week course will help pastors, church leaders, community leaders, friends, family and neighbors learn about military family experiences and discuss ways to connect with military families in their community. This course is for anyone who wants to support families of service members!
Join us as we explore the common challenges that military families face, and propose ways to help build connections between military families and your community. It’s all about finding ways to build bridges to support those who serve our country!
Here’s an overview of what we will discuss during our time together:
Week One: Intro to the Workshop & Intro to Military Culture
Week Two: Supporting Military Families During Relocation
Week Three: Supporting Military Families During Deployment/Geographical Separation
Week Four: Supporting Military Children and Teens
Week Five: Supporting Military Marriages
Week Six: Awareness of Mental Health Challenges
While it is not required for the course, it is highly recommended that students have Serving Military Families (second edition) by Blaisure, Seathoff-Wells, Pereira, Wadsworth, Dombro.
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