29 Oct '15, 4pm

Trying to ease the burden on military spouses:

Trying to ease the burden on military spouses:

The Army is now offering deployment resilience training to spouses to help them deal with the unique challenges they may face during pre- and post-deployment. It is no surprise that deployment affects both the Soldier and the spouse. The key to handling the challenge is working together to both give and get support through the process. The training, delivered between one to six months before a deployment, helps the family think about ways they will stay connected throughout a deployment. Deployment Cycle Resilience Training is offered in specific modules, depending on where the Soldier is in their deployment process. The Pre-Deployment Resilience training gives spouses skills and communication techniques so that they can come up with creative ways to stay connected, while managing expectations. Post-Deployment Resilience Training is delivered up to one month before, or one...

Full article: http://www.militaryconnection.com/blog/6714/resilience-tr...

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