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Social Justice and Military Families

The final course of the 2022 Academy series addresses the specific work of social justice advocacy among family service providers, in the context of military families and their health and well-being.

The Cooperative Extension System: A Force Multiplier for Military Readiness

The Cooperative Extension System is well-positioned to serve military families dispersed throughout the United States. Through the land-grant university system, military family service providers can be supported by the research-driven Cooperative Extension System to boost the work they do to support family well-being.

This course explores the history, accessibility, and programs of the Cooperative Extension System.

Field Guide to Family Advocacy: Knowledge, Resources, and Supports for Military Families of Children with Disabilities

The four-part asynchronous and interactive course focuses on the rights of young children with disabilities in military families, eligibility for special education programs and services for children with disabilities available within military systems, and strategies to support military families as they navigate these systems in military contexts.

Childhood Trauma: Understanding, Supporting, and Preventing

The interactive course includes four units that cover the prevalence and impact of trauma, the manifestation of trauma in young children, providing trauma-informed supports, and preventing future trauma. It is designed to be a high-level overview of the topic and a starting point for professionals working with young children and their families.

Professional Ethics in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education

In this three-part module series, you will learn foundational information related to ethics, how ethics is a part of cultural competence, and gain strategies and resources for making ethical decisions that are culturally competent and support your work with young children with disabilities and their family as an early childhood care and education professionals.

Foundations for Military Family Financial Readiness

This foundational course will provide an overview of the impacts of financial readiness on military family well-being. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the financial foundations of economic security, including social and economic drivers required to reach and sustain improved quality of life among military families.