By: Lakshmi Mahadevan, Ph.D. According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2018, an estimated 17.4 million (32.9%) adults with disabilities experienced frequent mental distress, defined as 14 or more… Continue Reading Myths & Facts: Individuals with Disabilities & Mental Health Concerns
By Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, firstname.lastname@example.org In March 2022, the Federal Reserve approved a 0.25% interest rate hike, its first increase since December 2018. As interest rates continue to rise,… Continue Reading Ten Steps to Reduce Debt Before Interest Rates Rise (Again): Part 2
With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, we wanted to share some important resources and info with our audience in ways to help military service members and their families prioritize… Continue Reading Resource Discovery: May is Mental Health Awareness Month!
By Jenny Rea, Ph.D. While many Veterans (89%) reflect that joining the military was a good decision, some indicate unique challenges as a result of their racial/ethnic identity. Did you… Continue Reading Supporting the Well-Being of Diverse Military Families Through a Social Justice Lens
By Jenny Rea, Ph.D. While many separating service members successfully adapt to civilian life, 40 to 75% describe some difficulties managing this major transition (Castro & Kintzle, 2017; Zoli, Maury,… Continue Reading Pillars of Successful Transition – Models to help Service Members and their Families Prepare for the Military to Civilian Transition
By Lakshmi Mahadevan, Ph.D. May is Mental Health Awareness month. When working or serving as caregivers for individuals with disabilities, there remains a paucity of information related to managing mental… Continue Reading Caregiving for Individuals with Disabilities – Preventing Suicide
by Crystal Williams, Ed.M. As a follow-up to OneOp’s 2018 Virtual Conference, the Family Transitions team produced a five-part podcast series, Moving Toward Inclusive Practice. In each podcast Dr. Anne… Continue Reading Listening to Build Cultural Competence in Early Childhood Settings
Join us on June 1 as we kick off the 2022 Military Family Readiness Academy (MFRA) focusing on Family Well-Being: Navigating the Social Justice Landscape. The Academy series will address… Continue Reading Social Justice, Health Disparities, & Caregiving
By Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, email@example.com In March 2022, the Federal Reserve approved a 0.25% interest rate hike, its first increase since December 2018. More interest rate hikes are likely… Continue Reading Ten Steps to Reduce Debt Before Interest Rates Rise (Again): Part 1
By Dana Childress, Ph.D. & Megan Schumaker-Murphy, Ed.D. The second webinar in our Going Virtual series will expand on the concepts explored in our first webinar regarding what equity looks… Continue Reading Culturally Sustaining Practices and Adult Learning Principles: Where’s the Connection?