Title Line 1 Title Line 2 Subtitle - Military OneSource

Title Line 1 Title Line 2 Subtitle - Military OneSource

Military OneSource Krystal Shiver Relationship Manager A Caregivers To Do List Everyday: 1. Love them 2. Clean them 3. Feed them 4. Burp them 5. Rock them

6. Pace with them 7. Sing with them 8. Finally get them to sleep 9. One baby cries 10. Start all over NEVER ENDS!!! Big Expectations! Know what to do in an emergency Keep cool and have tons of patience Have a positive attitude Know how to help a choking infant

Know how to manage an angry child Build self esteem Develop independence Stimulate physical, emotional, mental growth Identify special needs Military Families Move often Endure frequent changes Experience challenges (ex. deployments) which can impact both individual and dependent behavior Face unique stressors

Some signs of stress in children Physical: sleep difficulties, loss of appetite, frequent colds, headaches, stomachaches, lack of coordination, nervous ticks Emotional: mood swings, nervousness, crying, fear of going to school or being left alone, loss of interest in some activities, decrease in ability to concentrate Behavioral: impulsiveness, angry outbursts, attention-getting antics, clinging Good stressjust the right amount of pressureis

motivating. Bad stressthe kind thats chronic and unrelenting Caregiver Stress

Sleeping and eating problems Headaches Susceptibility to illness Muscle tension High blood pressure Anxiety Depression Loneliness Guilt Anger Irritability or impatience

Manage your own stress The most important step you can take to help children and their parents manage their stress is to manage your own stress! Healthy Kids Become Healthy Adults Loving relationships The ability to act independently Well developed social, problem-solving, and decision-making skills Healthy and strong bodies

Ambition to learn Love of creativity Coping strategies to rely on when stressed And more. A jobs value is in the impact it has on others. Child care workers arent watching children, but shaping them into the adults theyll grow up to be. Angie Reub, journalism major/child care provider, NYU Military OneSource Mission

Military OneSource offers free, convenient, 24/7 access to confidential resource and referral support for service members and their families in order to improve the quality of their lives and the effectiveness of the military community. Military OneSource 24-hour worldwide service, every day Telephone, Face to Face, Online

Active Duty, Guard, Reserve (regardless of activation status) and family members Private No cost Solution-focused Objective, experienced, real people Extension of existing installation services Range of Support Community Resources & Referrals Benefit Navigation Financial Deployment

Healthy Habits Transition Relationships & Stress Moving Children & Youth Special Needs Life-Long Learning

Spouse Training Counseling / Need to Talk? Specialty Consultations

Adoption Child care/nanny Education (college & general) Special needs Health & Wellness Financial counseling Spouse education and career Special Needs - Ages birth to 21 Understanding a special needs diagnosis Moving with a special needs child Dealing with parenting grief issues surrounding a childs diagnosis

Education planning and advocacy Questions about IEPs (individualized education plans) School and home accommodations for children Section 504 plans Community advocacy regarding a childs special needs Therapeutic intervention technique coaching and training Special Needs Continued Connection to community resources Research on financial assistance options for special needs children Understanding Individuals with IDEA Mainstreaming a special education student

Understanding free and appropriate public education Effective school communication Explaining the purpose of the EFMP/SNIAC Additional issues of concern for the family Education Assistance General Education Consultation K-12

Homework completion and motivation Finding a tutor Relocation - public vs. private schools Home schooling Behavior problems, dealing with transitions College Forms and applications Applying for financial aide and scholarships

SAT/ACT exams Locating colleges that meet students needs (i.e. geographic, field of study, size) Parents adjustment to having student away Short-Term Solution-Focused Counseling Available in U.S., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands Up to 12 non-medical consultations in the community with licensed counselors Affiliate Provider Network covers 100% of identified military installation and Guard/Reserve locations

Short-term problem resolution Family concerns New parent support - Adjusting to deployment or reunion - Decision-making & coping skills Blended-family issues - Recent move or change Positive discipline - Stress management

STSF -Telephonic and Online Consultations Up to 12 non-medical, scheduled, telephonic or online sessions with STSF trained mental health professionals Online sessions conducted in a secure online chat environment Inappropriate for: children under 18 years, complex issues, family counseling, mental health conditions, or other conditions related to trauma Alternative support for OCONUS and remote locations

STSF In-Person Counseling for Minors Defined as persons under the age of 18, and living under the jurisdiction of a parent or legal guardian Parent/guardian must: Provide permission for each assistance request Accompany the child to the initial session Be physically present at the facility rendering the service Sign a service agreement statement with the counselor

Healthy Habits Health Coaching Telephonic and online coaching from an experienced, dedicated health coach Weight Management (iCanChange) (iCanRelax) Cardiovascular Health (iCanThrive) (iCanAchieve) . Stress Management Teen Weight

Toolkit with an educational workbook and other items provided Healthy Habits Website with online tools and educational materials Access program by completing online health assessment at www.MilitaryOneSource.com or calling to request enrollment YMCA Memberships and Respite Child Care YMCA memberships for eligible military families and personnel who may not have access to a nearby military facility Available in the United States and Puerto Rico for Active Duty (Title

10) status personnel and their families Up to 16 hours per month of respite child care per child at participating YMCA facilities for eligible families Membership assistance at local fitness facilities (e.g. Golds Gym/Ballys, etc) for single active duty personnel at independent duty stations is also available for entire command units Call or visit www.MilitaryOneSource.com for complete eligibility requirements and registration information Service Providers link at the bottom of the home page takes you into the service provider portal .

Find Information Find support materials through the Find Information tab Subcategories can be selected from main content categories Educational Materials Varied topics Varied formats

Articles Booklets Audio Varied access to content Download audio and print online Order materials online for home delivery Call a consultant Useful Tools Locators, Parenting Toolkits, Self Assessments,

Podcasts DoD Library Online Library Resources Links to electronic databases, e-books, and audio books. Electronic books Tumble Library for Beginning Readers TumbleReadables Prep for standardized tests -- SAT, ACT, GRE,

and CLEP Customized college and distance-learning searches Call or visit online! United States: 1-800-342-9647 Overseas: 800-3429-6477 Access codes can be found online Overseas collect: 484-530-5908 Contact an international operator first www.militaryonesource.com Call Military OneSource and ask to speak to your Regional Relationship Manager

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