A new website has launched for children who may be experiencing challenges of multiple military deployments. The website www.MilitaryKidsConnect.org, in which was launched by the Department of Defense, is set to help children who have deployed parents cope with various emotions and transitional stages of deployment.
This interactive website provides:
-games/activities (for age groups 6-8, 9-12 and 13-17)
-forums for children to interact and safely share any experiences they have had with deployments.
The website serves all branches and active, reserve, and National Guard military components. If you have a child with a currently deployed parent, a parent who has been deployed or one who will be deploying – this site can assist them with certain situations they may not feel comfortable discussing with their peers or family members.
To find out more, please visit the website at www.MilitaryKidsConnect.org.
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