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Disability & Mental Health in the Military

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About Military service is both honorable and demanding, for service members and their families. Disability, whether incurred as a result of combat, service-related injury or even the diagnosis of a disabling condition in the family can make an already demanding life more difficult. Add nearly three years of a Covid-19 pandemic, a global health threat… Continue Reading Disability & Mental Health in the Military

Navigating Deployment: Strategies to Help Military Families

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About This Webinar: How do families manage deployments and family separation? The short answer is that it’s a process – or, perhaps more aptly, a cycle. This webinar explores the deployment cycle and associated challenges from the perspective of different family members and identifies circumstances and family contexts that exacerbate the stress of being separated.… Continue Reading Navigating Deployment: Strategies to Help Military Families

Understanding the Social and Structural Drivers of Food and Nutrition Insecurity

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About This Webinar: Emerging research has shown that many military families and veterans struggle to put food on the table and experience difficulty making ends meet. This issue is particularly important since food and nutrition insecurity adversely impacts family health and well-being and contributes to poor social and economic outcomes at the individual, household, and… Continue Reading Understanding the Social and Structural Drivers of Food and Nutrition Insecurity

Financial Risk Management for Military Families

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About This Webinar: Insurance is a critical component of economic security for military families. This webinar for Personal Financial Managers and other service providers introduces important coverage and considerations for risk management, including: Homeowner’s Insurance Renter’s Insurance Auto Insurance Umbrella Policies Military-specific case studies are used to illustrate the impact of proper (and improper) risk… Continue Reading Financial Risk Management for Military Families

Canceled Strategies for Management of NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease)

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have cancelled the "Strategies for Management of NAFLD" webinar. At this time, there are no plans to reschedule this event. We apologize for any inconvenience. About This Webinar: Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is becoming increasingly common. It is estimated to affect over 25% of adults worldwide, 50% of individuals… Continue Reading Strategies for Management of NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease)

Service Animals: Rights & Responsibilities

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About this Webinar: Many people don’t understand the differences between a service animal and an emotional support animal. There’s also been a lot of confusion about the legal rights of an individual with a disability to be accompanied by a service animal. This presentation provides information on the legal status of service animals, the legal… Continue Reading Service Animals: Rights & Responsibilities

Suicide Prevention and Intimate Partner Violence

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About This Webinar: Risk factors for suicide and for intimate partner violence (IPV) are similar. Understanding how these factors impact the military community from both a suicide response and IPV perspective is important to supporting families and couples. Join this presentation for an overview of the intersection of suicide and IPV risk factors and discover… Continue Reading Suicide Prevention and Intimate Partner Violence

Incorporating Nutrition-Focused Physical Exams into Practice

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This webinar has been rescheduled from its original date of July 28, 2022. About This Webinar: A nutrition-focused physical exam (NFPE) is a key component of the RDN’s assessment. It helps identify patients with malnutrition and at risk for malnutrition and identifies potential vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Incorporating NFPE is an essential skill for RDNs.… Continue Reading Incorporating Nutrition-Focused Physical Exams into Practice

Using Family-Centered Strategies to Address Challenges

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About This Webinar: In the final session of the Going Virtual series research on benefits and challenges of tele-intervention are shared to lay the groundwork for reflection with participants about their own experiences. Discussion also includes culturally sensitive, family-centered strategies for addressing these challenges during virtual early intervention visits. Webinars occur live, but are recorded… Continue Reading Using Family-Centered Strategies to Address Challenges

The Caregiver Conflict: Tips for Providers Working with Families

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About An individual’s identity as a parent, spouse, sibling, and more can often conflict with the expectations and rules of being a caregiver. Becoming a caregiver often forces individuals to become advocates, nurses, and protectors, which can impact their role as a spouse, partner, friend, or parent. As you work with caregivers, explore how they… Continue Reading The Caregiver Conflict: Tips for Providers Working with Families