Meet our Newest OneOp Military Caregiving Special Needs Team

The OneOp Military Caregiving concentration is rolling out new educational programming geared to not only caregivers of wounded service members but to those caring for individuals with special needs. The Special Needs area delivers research-based training, information and learning tools for family support providers who work with military families who have special medical and educational needs.

Delivering quality professional development opportunities, this online learning community provides individuals with access to webinar training sessions, social work CEU’s, fact sheets and a variety of learning resources.   Family support providers will connect with experts via Twitter, Facebook and online blogs which highlight best practices and key issues in effectively serving military families.

To meet our newest team members of the OneOp Military Caregiving Special Needs concentration, click on the video below. Alicia Cassels, 4-H Extension Specialist and Christopher Plein, Ph.D., Professor of Public Administration, from West Virginia University talk a little about the introduction of special needs within OneOp and project initiatives currently underway.

This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on June 19, 2015.

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