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Working with Military Children 

Working with Military Children
Working with Military Children

Michelle D. Sherman

and Jeanne S. Hoffman

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date: 28 January 2021

Although military children do not volunteer to join the armed forces, they truly serve, too. Military youth are faced with unprecedented challenges with the current norm of their parents facing multiple deployments to combat zones. Although most youth are remarkably resilient, research is demonstrating increased rates of emotional and academic difficulties. Fortunately, numerous resources are available.

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