When parents transition from military to civilian life, so do children. Your child is suddenly experiencing a lot of changes that are similar to military moves and might even call this change a move. You know that joining civilian life is not just another move, but what you’ve learned during your military years will help your family adapt to this new phase. After all, change can be an adventure…and adventures can be exciting!

Media

Downloadable PDFs

  • link to download the PDF: And Keep Talking!
    And Keep Talking!
  • link to download the PDF: Bravery Badges
    Bravery Badges
  • link to download the PDF: Feeling Faces
    Feeling Faces
  • link to download the PDF: New Friend Coupons
    New Friend Coupons
  • link to download the PDF: Sign Me Up
    Sign Me Up
  • link to download the PDF: We’re in This Together
    We’re in This Together
  • link to download the PDF: What Changes/What’s the Same?
    What Changes/What’s the Same?
  • link to download the PDF: What Should I Say?
    What Should I Say?
  • link to download the PDF: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going
    Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going
  • It’s an Adventure!

    Help your whole family feel hopeful and excited as you adjust to another change together.

    It’s an Adventure!

  • Feelings & Communication

    Learn easy, everyday strategies to spark important conversations with your child and provide a sense of security.

    Feelings & Communication

  • Changes Big & Small

    Help children keep a sense of hope and excitement around the various changes that come their way.

    Changes Big & Small

  • Friendships

    Transitions bring all kinds of changes for children, especially making new friends (while still staying in touch with old friends).

    Friendships

  • The Adventure Campaign

    The Adventure Campaign