Rosita and Her Parents Talk About Family Caregiving
A parent’s injuries after military service can affect routines and responsibilities, but family teamwork can help you face these changes and thrive during them.
A parent’s injuries can affect routines and responsibilities, but families can hope and heal together.
A series of resources to help providers support military and veteran caregiving families.
Find resources, activities, and videos to help you and your family handle military caregiving and what it means.
Supporting Caregiving Families
A guide to help providers support military and veteran caregiving families.
Sunny, Stormy, Cloudy Days Podcast
No matter what type of day, sharing feelings and doing simple activities together can help you keep connected.
A Stormy Day Story
When Rosita’s tummy feels funny because her papi is still in the hospital, Mami helps her notice that she’s feeling worried, and they get busy writing love notes for Papi’s return.
Helping Each Other After an Injury
Families find strength in working together through changes after an injury.
Care for the Caregivers
Caregivers need support and self care to become a source of strength for their families.
A Sunny Day Story
Rosita’s papi is coming home from the hospital, and her family celebrates by singing together and eating Mami’s homemade cake.
Moving and Grooving
Find new ways to keep your bodies moving after an injury.
Color Me Calm
Coloring is a strategy to manage stress.
What’s for Dinner
Dinner questions help keep communication going.
See more resources to help military families thrive.
When you help children to understand and express their emotions, you help them grow and thrive.
We’re here to help equip families with child-friendly tools to tackle the unique challenges of military life.
Race, Ethnicity, and Culture
Resources to help children celebrate and understand our diverse world.