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MILITARY YOUTH COPING WITH SEPARATION: WHEN FAMILY MEMBERS DEPLOY DVD'S AVAILABLE
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They are also available for ordering, in DVD format, through
Military One Source at:
1-800-342-9647 or
http://www.militaryonesource.com/skins/MOS/home.aspx

Military pediatricians and youth professionals developed DVD's to help military children understand and deal with the emotions related to a family member's deployment.

The United States Army Medical Command and the American Academy of Pediatrics produced "Military Youth Coping with Separation: When Family Members Deploy," to address a variety of deployment-related concerns for teens. For elementary age children there is a, "Mr. Poe and Friends Discuss Reunion After Deployment" DVD. The animated host, Mr. Poe, mentors and provides guidance to children and family members as they discuss deployment.

 

For more information about the DVD visit:
http://www.militaryonesource.mil/deployment?content_id=270385

They are also available for ordering, in DVD format, through Military One Source at 1-800-342-9647 or http://www.militaryonesource.com/skins/MOS/home.aspx

Military pediatricians and youth professionals developed DVDs to help military children understand and deal with the emotions related to a family member's deployment.

The United States Army Medical Command and the American Academy of Pediatrics produced "Military Youth Coping with Separation: When Family Members Deploy," to address a variety of deployment-related concerns for teens. For elementary age children there is a, "Mr. Poe and Friends Discuss Reunion After Deployment" DVD. The animated host, Mr. Poe, mentors and provides guidance to children and family members as they discuss deployment.

 

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