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Resources for family child care providers to help young children handle the changes of military life - NAFCC handout, July 28, 2012

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Links to resources family child care providers can use to support young children in military families as they deal with stresses of military life

Links to resources family child care providers can use to support young children in military families as they deal with stresses of military life

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  • 1. Helping Young Children Handle the Changes that Come with Military Life: The Role of the Early Childhood Professional National Association for Family Child Care Annual Conference, Atlanta July 28, 2012Presenter: Dr. Diane Bales (dbales@uga.edu)For a copy of the presentation slides, go to bit.ly/NAFCCmilitarychildcare2012. Resources for Child Care Providers Working with Military FamilieseXtension Resources (extension.org/militaryfamilies)• Military Families Learning Network Child Care Blog (blogs.extension.org/militaryfamilies/child-care/)• Recorded Web Conferences o “Secure Attachments: Building Caring Relationships with Parents and Children in Military Families” (learn.extension.org/events/443) o “Using Books in Child Care to Connect with Military Children’s Lives” (learn.extension.org/events/488)• Printable List of Children’s Books for Young Children in Military Families (create.extension.org/sites/default/files/books_for_young_military_children.pdf)• Articles on Military Topics (extension.org/category/military_child_care) o List of Military Acronyms (extension.org/pages/60271/military-acronyms) o How Child Care Providers Can Help Deployed Parents and Their Children Stay Connected (extension.org/pages/61674/how-child-care-providers-can-help-deployed- parents-and-their-children-stay-connected) o Reflections of Military Life in Children’s Pretend Play (extension.org/pages/63345/reflections-of-military-life-in-childrens-pretend-play)Social Media Connections• Facebook: Child Care and Military Families page (facebook.com/childcareandmilitaryfamilies)• Twitter: Military Child Care (@milchildcare: twitter.com/milchildcare)• LinkedIn: Early Care & Education for Military Families group (linkedin.com/groups?gid=4276983&trk=hb_side_g)
  • 2. eeXtension Resour n rces Com ming Soon n• Fall 2012 Web Conferences (2 – 3 pm Eastern tim E me) o Sept 19 (Tenta t. ative title: Ef ffects of chronic stress on the bra develop s ain pment of yooung milita children ary n) o Oct. 17 (Tentati title: The developm ive e ment of resil iliency in yo oung militar children) ry o Nov. 14 (Tentat tive title: Re eflections of military lif in young children’s a fe activity) o Free to participa certifica ate; ates available; links w be poste on learn. will ed .extension.oorg• Interactive children book dat n’s tabase and forum• Military Culture 101 Free online learning module C 1: gOOther Res sources• Zero to Three: Com T ming Togeth Around Military Fa her amilies (zero otothree.or rg/about- us/fundeed-projects/ /military-fam milies) o Duty to Care e-learning co y ourses (zero otothree.orgg/about-us//funded-pro ojects/milita ary- famillies/duty-to- -care-you-m make-a-diffe erence.htmml) o Supp porting You Children series (ze ung n erotothree.oorg/about-u us/funded-pprojects/miliitary- famillies/operatio on-parentin ng-edge.htm ml) o Hono oring Our Babies and Toddlers (z B zerotothree .org/about--us/funded- -projects/military- famillies/honorin ng-our-babies-and-toddlers.html)• Military OneSource (militaryon O e nesource.m mil)• Military Child Education Coalit C tion (militar rychild.org/) )• Penn St tate Extension Childca and You Training and Technical Assist are uth g tance Projeect (extension.psu.edu u/cyttap)• Child Ca Aware Military Fee Assistance Program (naccrra.org/military-f are M e families)• Better Brains for Ba B abies informmation on stress and t brain (b s the bbbgeorgia.org/stress.php) This material is based upon n work supporte ed by the Nation nal Institute of Fo ood and Agricult ture, U.S. Depar rtment of Agricu ulture,  e Office of Family Policy, Childre and the en and Youth, U..S. Department o of Defense unde er Award No. 20 010‐48869‐20685 5.