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ACS - Parent Education (4)

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When Both Parents Are Active Duty With Children
[5/28/2005]

This articles discusses the challenges of parenting when both parents are active duty. It offers pointers to managing when one or both parents deploy.
Babysitting Cooperatives Provide Free and Reliable Babysitting
[8/13/2007]

This article defines what a babysitting cooperative is and its benefits.
Family Meetings: What They Can Do for You
[12/9/2004]

Family Meetings: What They Can Do for You
Army Exceptional Family Member Program
[12/9/2004]

Army Exceptional Family Member Program
Building Strong Relationships with Kids and Stepkids
[12/9/2004]

Building Strong Relationships with Kids and Stepkids
Time Tips for Frazzled Parents
[12/9/2004]

Time Tips for Frazzled Parents
When Both Parents Are Active Duty With Children
[12/9/2004]

When Both Parents Are Active Duty With Children
Long-Distance Parenting: Having a Good Relationship With Your Children After Divorce
[12/9/2004]

Long-Distance Parenting: Having a Good Relationship With Your Children After Divorce
Juggling Books and Babies: Making College and Family Life Work
[12/9/2004]

Juggling Books and Babies: Making College and Family Life Work
Audio Books: Let Someone Else Do the Reading
[12/9/2004]

Audio Books: Let Someone Else Do the Reading
Building Strong Relationships on Trust and Loyalty
[12/9/2004]

Building Strong Relationships on Trust and Loyalty
2004 HQDA AFAP Conference Information Now Available
[11/9/2004]

AFAP 2004
A Family Like No Other - Video
[11/9/2004]

video
ACS Vision 2010 Reading List
[11/9/2004]

Reading List contains several important links and the ACS 5-Year Plan.
Social Changes
[1/20/2005]

Learn about Parent Education and the social changes that may occur.
Fatherhood
[1/20/2005]

Learn more about the father's role.
New Parent Support Programs (NPSP)
[1/20/2005]

The New Parent Support Program is designed to strengthen parent's knowledge and skills to benefit the whole family.
Communication
[1/20/2005]

A positive communication process requires the ability to listen constructively and to send messages clearly.
How can you protect your children?
[1/17/2005]

Parents want to give their children the best. They nurture their children, encourage them and give them guidance. But unfortunately this may not be enough to keep kids safe.
Handbook on Child Support Enforcement
[11/9/2004]

Raising kids is expensive enough. But if you're a single parent and your child's other parent isn't helping with financial support, the responsibility can be overwhelming. Don't give up.
Parents Guide to the Internet
[11/9/2004]

Computers are one area where maybe your 10-year old really is smarter than you.

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