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Upcoming TBI Awareness Series in March 2022

Rachel Brauner ·
As the month of March approaches, OneOp (formerly the Military Families Learning Network) is preparing to highlight Brain Injury Awareness Month with a series of professional development webinars in partnership with the Defense Health Agency. The webinar series will provide a platform for educating military service providers on military-related traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and strategies to support families during reintegration. TBI is a significant health issue that affects service...
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Re: Preventing the Onset of Youth Problem Sexual Behaviors

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Understanding Buy Now, Pay Later Services

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: The Changing World of Medicaid: Updates & Developments

Aaron Weibe ·
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Military Families Learning Network is Now OneOp!

Hannah Hyde ·
OneOp continues a tradition of free quality information and education for professionals helping military families. OneOp continues to be a single-point-of-entry professional development resource for service providers. For more than 10 years we have collaborated with DoD and the US Department of Agriculture to provide free and open-access learning opportunities within a full spectrum of family service subject areas. This long-standing DoD partnership allows us to meet the professional...
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Re: VA Solid Start: A Program for Transitioning Service Members

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Military Children's Family Relationships

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Spouse Employment and Family Financial Readiness

Aaron Weibe ·
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Moving Toward Inclusive Practice

Anita Harris Hering ·
How do we start engaging people in marginalized communities and why is th i s important? What does it mean to “come in differently?” Are helping professionals able to tell a well-meaning question from one with judgment behind it? Dr. Anne Phibbs poses these questions and more in OneOp’s podcast series entitled, Moving Toward Inclusive Practice with Dr. Anne Phibbs . By tuning in, each episode may help you on your journey toward a more inclusive, culturally-informed way of working. Hosted by...
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Practicing Mindfulness, Meditation, and Self-Care to Combat Stress for Military Families

Jason M Jowers ·
Stress and stressful situations are issues that everyone must deal with and affects individuals and families in a multitude of different ways. This is even more true for military service members and their families. On top of daily, normal stressors, military families must deal with the stress of deployments, transitions, frequent moving, and the possibility of injury or death for the military service member in military combat. Military families need outlets and ways to cope with stressful...
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Re: Culturally Sustaining Coaching Approaches

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: The Relationship Changes of Military Couples During Reintegration

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Nutrition in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Aaron Weibe ·
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Social Justice and Practicing Connection in a Complex World

Jessica B. ·
The Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast has come a long way since we first started! We're currently in Season 3, where we've been focusing on social justice in preparation for the upcoming 2022 Academy Series . These episodes are created with Extension professionals, helping professionals, and community leaders in mind. Our latest two episodes feature incredible people doing really cool work in the social justice space. Social Justice and Family Well Being (Season 3, Ep. 1) For...
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What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Anita Harris Hering ·
by Jenny Rea, Ph.D. Have you ever heard of the rocks, gravel, and sand metaphor? I learned about this parable from Dr. Tai Mendenhall ( check out his full bio here ) in a recently published webinar entitled, “ The Realities of Resilience in the Face of Burnout .” I, then, had the opportunity to converse with Tai on a more personal level through a podcast interview for our Family Transitions team at OneOp. Tai reflected upon this metaphor once again - connecting it to burnout among helping...
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Karl Bradley ·
Huge thanks for this post Jenny! What a great story and reminder!
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Re: TRICARE 101 Health Plans & Special Programs

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Latonya Ramsey ·
Thanks...will be sharing!
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Jennifer Rea, Ph.D. ·
So happy to share this! I definitely needed the reminder for myself as well!
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Re: What are your rocks, and How will you prioritize them today?

Jennifer Rea, Ph.D. ·
Yay, thanks so much for passing this along! I will also be sharing within my own networks. Take care 🙂
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Keeping the (Social) Work Growing this Month and Onward

Jason M Jowers ·
The services provided by social workers are crucial to creating and cultivating individual and family wellness. During this time of insurmountable stressors at home and abroad, social workers are pillars in providing vital mental health and behavioral health services. Services that can aid family members in navigating daily anxiety, worry, and trauma. National Social Work Month March was Social Work Month, and the 2022 theme is The Time is Right for Social Work. Over the past three years,...
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OneOp2022 MFRA Series and the Sesame Street Coming Together Initiative

Jason M Jowers ·
This year’s OneOp Military Family Readiness Academy Series is coming up soon! The 2022 MFRA is entitled “ Family Well-being: Navigating the Social Justice Landscape ” and will focus on individuals’ understanding of social justice and equity. The 2022 MFRA kicks off on June 1, 2022, and will consist of three asynchronous courses available on day one and then two-panel discussions during the month of June on June 15 th and June 29 th . Subscribe to the Military Family Readiness Academy mailing...
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2022 Academy on Social Justice Kicks Off June 1

Hannah Hyde ·
The 2022 Academy, "Family Well-Being: Navigating the Social Justice Landscape," features high-quality content with diverse and respected course authors and experts in subjects such as social justice, racial equity, identity formation, media representation, resilience, engagement through an antiracist lens, and building communities of belonging.
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Re: Social Justice and Social Work: A Panel Discussion

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Social Justice and Military Families: A Panel Discussion

Aaron Weibe ·
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Three Keys to Sustainable Change: The Path toward Social Justice and Supporting the Well-being of Diverse Families

Molly Herndon ·
The path of change towards social justice and supporting the well-being of diverse families may, at times, be difficult for professionals who serve families.
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Shifting Your Mindset from a Deficit Ideology

Molly Herndon ·
In the second MFRA course, “Family Service Providers: Recognizing and Responding to Inequities”, Dr. Alison De Marco introduces the deficit ideology framework and provides ways to move beyond this mindset.
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2022 OneOp Military Family Readiness Academy Series- Family Development and Social Justice Issues

Jason M Jowers ·
The 2022 OneOp Military Family Readiness Academy Series is already underway! The 2022 MFRA Series focuses on individuals’ understanding of social justice and equity, including their own understanding of privilege and oppression. The content presented in the three asynchronous courses that make up the 2022 MFRA Series is robust and provides deep-level considerations for clinicians working with families and navigating issues of social justice and equity with their clients. This year’s series...
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Understanding if Special Needs Trusts & ABLE Accounts are Right for Your Family

Rachel Brauner ·
Join OneOp Military Caregiving and Personal Finance concentration areas as they host a professional development webinar on August 24, 2022 at 11:00 AM ET on ‘ Special Needs Trusts and ABLE Accounts .’ If you or someone you know is caring for an individual with special healthcare needs and thinking about long-term planning, it may be helpful to RSVP for this upcoming event to learn which disability program is right for your family. Special needs trusts are used to purchase goods and services...
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Extension Professionals Working with Families of Individuals with Disabilities: Special Needs Trusts & ABLE Accounts Webinar

Rachel Brauner ·
Calling all Extension professionals – Learn how you can better support families within your state and local communities who may be caring for an individual with disabilities. OneOp is providing a professional development webinar for family support providers at 11:00 a.m. ET on August 24, 2022 to discuss ‘ Special Needs Trusts and ABLE Accounts ’ and the different options available for individuals with disabilities. RSVP here to learn more. Webinar presenter, Alison Packard, with Packard Law...
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Connecting Communities in Asset-based Community Recovery

Bob Bertsch ·
Learn about the community-building opportunities that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic and how you can start building the foundation for community recovery for the future.
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Pillars of Successful Transition - Models to help Service Members and their Families Prepare for the Military to Civilian Transition

Molly Herndon ·
What Extension programs do you have related to these topics that could support service members as they transition to civilian life?
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Understanding Food Insecurity for Military Families

Jason M Jowers ·
By Jason Jowers, MS, MFT When families have a tough time providing adequate meals due to lack of access or affordability issues, they face a challenge known as food insecurity. This is a significant problem for many families in the U.S. today and military families are even more so affected by food insecurity. Emerging research has shown that many military families and veterans struggle to put food on the table. With inflation, supply chain issues, and increased food prices, many military...
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Suicide Prevention Month: Extension Resources from OneOp

Rachel Brauner ·
Military and veteran suicides is not only a public health concern within the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs, but a concern within which the communities they live and serve. September is Suicide Prevention Month, and we want to highlight upcoming events from OneOp that may be helpful for service members, veterans, and military families within your local communities and surrounding counties. Suicide is a leading cause of death overall in the United States and the...
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Pillars of Successful Transition - Models to help Service Members and their Families Prepare for the Military to Civilian Transition

Molly Herndon ·
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, & Fay, 2015). For instance, within the first year of transitioning to civilian life, Veterans face increased challenges with homelessness, family integration, employment, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance abuse, all of which can increase the risk for suicide ( VA,...
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Why Fatty Liver Disease Matters

Kristina Adams Smith ·
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a medical term related to a condition caused by a build-up of fat in liver cells, aka fatty liver. In a healthy body, the liver removes toxins and produces bile, a protein that breaks down fat into fatty acids to be digested. Fatty liver disease causes damage to the liver and prevents it from working. Why is this important? For most people, having fatty liver may not cause an illness but if left untreated and progresses it can cause injury to...
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The Military Family as a Cultural Identity - Supporting Families in Transition

Anna Peterson ·
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