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(p. 233) Students from Military Families 

(p. 233) Students from Military Families
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(p. 233) Students from Military Families
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Mark C. Pisano

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190052737.003.0013
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date: 08 April 2020

Military families face unique challenges during the various stages of the deployment cycle. The impacts of these challenges are felt by all members of the family and the children in particular. The social-emotional strains that children experience during a military parent deployment can negatively impact their emotional state as well as their school performance. The reintegration of the service member back into the family is typically stressful but more so when the service member has posttraumatic stress disorder or some other injury. Children respond to deployment stressors differently depending on their age. These responses are discussed along with strategies which are designed to help support the child and the family throughout the deployment. Strategies for the school setting as well as in the home are shared.

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