Deployment

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Children & Separations Issues of Deployment C0008
This presentation addresses the positive aspect of separation from the deployed parent and ways to strengthen the relationship long distance. Additionally, it discusses detrimental coping strategies to watch for and signs to recognize that it is time to seek professional help.
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Deployment Survival D0044
This presentation offers pre-deployment considerations, tips for managing the separation and staying in touch.
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Emotional Cycle of Deployment RR0218b
Participants will experience an in-depth review of the emotional stages of deployment: Pre-deployment, Deployment, Moving into Reunion and Reunion, the possible effects of these stages as well as tips for managing the potential stress.

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Helping Children Cope with Post-Deployment Issues P0143
This presentation talks about a child’s concerns and potential challenges with the return of a parent from deployment and suggests coping techniques that a parent can employ to support a satisfying and positive reintegration process for the entire family. Includes parent guides and activities for toddlers/preschoolers, grade-school children and teenagers.
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Issues Families Face When the Military Deploys D0028
This presentation helps families recognize the symptoms of deployment stress and teaches personal strategies that cope with stress.
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Pre-Deployment & the Single Service Member RR0122
This presentation outlines the various steps that should be addressed prior to a Service Member’s deployment including strengthening support networks, updating addresses and contact information, seeking support and taking precautions to safeguard legacies.
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Preparing for Your Parent’s Deployment RR0221
Having a parent deploy can be a difficult experience for the whole family. Participants will learn what to expect during deployment, the possible stress reactions and resulting effects as well as how to cope with that stress.
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Redeployment: Issues for Children RR0089
This presentation provides an overview of important information for families facing deployment – through all the cycles of deployment and from the points of view of all members.
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Stages of Deployment RR0218
Participants will learn the emotional phases of deployment, the possible effects of the deployment phases as well as tips for managing the deployment phases.

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Supporting Your Child through Deployment C0275
This presentation addresses the issues children can experience throughout a deployment and offers solutions parents can use to provide support and comfort.
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Tips for Teachers: Working with Children during Deployment C0112
This presentation discusses ways for teachers to alleviate the stress for both the child and the parent and suggest positive coping behaviors that can help children successfully make it through a parent’s deployment and extended absence.
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When a Parent Deploys ages 2-5 C0103
This presentation addresses the relevant developmental issues, how to prepare young children for deployment and suggestions for helping children cope with the separation.
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When a Sibling Deploys ML0227
This presentation will teach siblings of service members what to expect during deployment, the positive aspects of deployment, possible stress associated with deployment, the effects of stress and finally, how to cope with the stress of having a deployed sibling.
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