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Developing Resiliency in Young Military Children: The Role of Early Learning Professionals

CE credit is not available for this webinar.

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The Child Care concentration of the Military Families Learning Network is proud to announce this presentation of our Child Care and Military Families web conference series.

This web conference will:
-Identify the risk and protective factors related to resiliency in military children.
-Describe the characteristics of military families that require and develop resiliency.
-Discuss how adults (including child care providers) can support the development of resiliency.
-Examine how differences in child temperament and development inform approaches.


Karen Petty, Ph.D is the Interim Chair and Professor of Child Development in the Department of Family Sciences at Texas Woman’s University. She is the author of Deployment: Strategies for Working with Kids in Military Families. Dr Petty conducts qualitative interviews with military children and families which focuses on the identification of protective and risk factors and the development of resiliency in children. Learn more about Dr. Petty at:

Kathy Broniarczyk, M.S. is the Director of Outreach at the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University. She has worked with military families for over 15 years and has been a military spouse for 20+ years. Learn more about the Military Family Research Institute at

To Learn More about this topic:

Understanding and Promoting Resilience in Military Families

Coping Skills that Build Resilience

Research and Resilience: Recognizing the Need to Know More available at:

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