SDMFC Events

Apr
25
Thu
Military Child April Podcasts @ Online
Apr 25 @ 8:00 am

Podcasts will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout April, The Month of the Military Child. To listen to the podcasts, use the “For the Sake of the Child” platform on Podbean, iTunes and Google Play. https://militarychild.podbean.com/

Tuesday 2 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Noah)

Focus: Moving Senior Year of High School/Leadership

 

Thursday 4 April 2019

Podcast Title: Sesame Street with Rosita

 

Tuesday 9 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Kaila)

Focus: Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Military Youth of the Year

 

Thursday 11 April 2019

Podcast Title: Better Together: Boys & Girls Clubs of America

 

Tuesday 16 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Stefan)

Focus: Moving from Overseas to attend college

 

Thursday 18 April 2019

Podcast Title: Kelsey & Dr. Eric Flake

[Military kid, Kelsey, talks about moving, friends and offers some great advice to other teens. Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician, Dr. Eric Flake, shares about building a village of hope for all military families with special needs.

 

Tuesday 23 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Garner Girls)

Focus: Competitive Sports- Swimming & Gymnastics

 

Thursday 25 April 2019

Podcast Title: National Guard and Reserve

 

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (NGR Alison)

Focus: National Guard and Reserves

 

Thursday 2 May 2019

Podcast Title: Military One Source

Webinars are absolutely free, available live every Wednesday and can be listened to at any time through the website:  militarychild.org

You can register for any webinar through the website, or use the links below.

 

Wednesday 3 April 2019

Webinar title: Helping Military Children Navigate Change

[In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens. Strategies and resources to help parents promote a child’s ability to adapt to change, adjust to new expectations and effectively handle stress will also be explored.

In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens.

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/change/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Webinar title: Transitioning with Children with Exceptional Needs

[Navigating the IEP/504 process and special education policies in a new state can be confusing and often overwhelming. Join us to learn about resources and supports available to military families and strategies to help parents with a student with exceptional needs have a smooth school transition]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/exneeds/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Webinar Title: Transitions: What Every Parent Needs to Know

[This webinar will examine the social and academic impact of multiple school transitions on children of all ages. Join us as we explore strategies and share a wide variety of high-quality resources which will enable parents to obtain relevant information to make the plans necessary to assure smooth transitions for their students]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/transitions19/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 24 April 2019

Webinar title: Academic Portfolios for Children of all Ages

[Transitioning to a new school is never easy! A portfolio is a great way to keep accurate, up to date records for students. This webinar is ideal for parents of school-age and middle/high school youth. Parents will learn how easy it is to build and maintain a portable record for their child’s education documentation to help ease the transition between schools when changing duty assignments.]

Link is forthcoming.

 

Wednesday 1 May 2019

Webinar title: Growing Great Readers

[Reading is the most important skill a child can develop to achieve academic success. A family’s role in reading starts at birth and continues throughout life. In this webinar we will share ideas and fun ways to spark a love of reading in children and develop good reading habits for the entire family.]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/ggr19/event/registration.html

Apr
26
Fri
SDMFC Monthly Convening @ Mission Valley Library
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
30
Tue
Military Child April Podcasts @ Online
Apr 30 @ 8:00 am

Podcasts will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout April, The Month of the Military Child. To listen to the podcasts, use the “For the Sake of the Child” platform on Podbean, iTunes and Google Play. https://militarychild.podbean.com/

Tuesday 2 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Noah)

Focus: Moving Senior Year of High School/Leadership

 

Thursday 4 April 2019

Podcast Title: Sesame Street with Rosita

 

Tuesday 9 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Kaila)

Focus: Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Military Youth of the Year

 

Thursday 11 April 2019

Podcast Title: Better Together: Boys & Girls Clubs of America

 

Tuesday 16 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Stefan)

Focus: Moving from Overseas to attend college

 

Thursday 18 April 2019

Podcast Title: Kelsey & Dr. Eric Flake

[Military kid, Kelsey, talks about moving, friends and offers some great advice to other teens. Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician, Dr. Eric Flake, shares about building a village of hope for all military families with special needs.

 

Tuesday 23 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Garner Girls)

Focus: Competitive Sports- Swimming & Gymnastics

 

Thursday 25 April 2019

Podcast Title: National Guard and Reserve

 

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (NGR Alison)

Focus: National Guard and Reserves

 

Thursday 2 May 2019

Podcast Title: Military One Source

Webinars are absolutely free, available live every Wednesday and can be listened to at any time through the website:  militarychild.org

You can register for any webinar through the website, or use the links below.

 

Wednesday 3 April 2019

Webinar title: Helping Military Children Navigate Change

[In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens. Strategies and resources to help parents promote a child’s ability to adapt to change, adjust to new expectations and effectively handle stress will also be explored.

In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens.

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/change/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Webinar title: Transitioning with Children with Exceptional Needs

[Navigating the IEP/504 process and special education policies in a new state can be confusing and often overwhelming. Join us to learn about resources and supports available to military families and strategies to help parents with a student with exceptional needs have a smooth school transition]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/exneeds/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Webinar Title: Transitions: What Every Parent Needs to Know

[This webinar will examine the social and academic impact of multiple school transitions on children of all ages. Join us as we explore strategies and share a wide variety of high-quality resources which will enable parents to obtain relevant information to make the plans necessary to assure smooth transitions for their students]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/transitions19/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 24 April 2019

Webinar title: Academic Portfolios for Children of all Ages

[Transitioning to a new school is never easy! A portfolio is a great way to keep accurate, up to date records for students. This webinar is ideal for parents of school-age and middle/high school youth. Parents will learn how easy it is to build and maintain a portable record for their child’s education documentation to help ease the transition between schools when changing duty assignments.]

Link is forthcoming.

 

Wednesday 1 May 2019

Webinar title: Growing Great Readers

[Reading is the most important skill a child can develop to achieve academic success. A family’s role in reading starts at birth and continues throughout life. In this webinar we will share ideas and fun ways to spark a love of reading in children and develop good reading habits for the entire family.]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/ggr19/event/registration.html

May
1
Wed
Military Child April Podcasts @ Online
May 1 @ 8:00 am

Podcasts will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout April, The Month of the Military Child. To listen to the podcasts, use the “For the Sake of the Child” platform on Podbean, iTunes and Google Play. https://militarychild.podbean.com/

Tuesday 2 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Noah)

Focus: Moving Senior Year of High School/Leadership

 

Thursday 4 April 2019

Podcast Title: Sesame Street with Rosita

 

Tuesday 9 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Kaila)

Focus: Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Military Youth of the Year

 

Thursday 11 April 2019

Podcast Title: Better Together: Boys & Girls Clubs of America

 

Tuesday 16 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Stefan)

Focus: Moving from Overseas to attend college

 

Thursday 18 April 2019

Podcast Title: Kelsey & Dr. Eric Flake

[Military kid, Kelsey, talks about moving, friends and offers some great advice to other teens. Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician, Dr. Eric Flake, shares about building a village of hope for all military families with special needs.

 

Tuesday 23 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Garner Girls)

Focus: Competitive Sports- Swimming & Gymnastics

 

Thursday 25 April 2019

Podcast Title: National Guard and Reserve

 

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (NGR Alison)

Focus: National Guard and Reserves

 

Thursday 2 May 2019

Podcast Title: Military One Source

Webinars are absolutely free, available live every Wednesday and can be listened to at any time through the website:  militarychild.org

You can register for any webinar through the website, or use the links below.

 

Wednesday 3 April 2019

Webinar title: Helping Military Children Navigate Change

[In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens. Strategies and resources to help parents promote a child’s ability to adapt to change, adjust to new expectations and effectively handle stress will also be explored.

In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens.

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/change/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Webinar title: Transitioning with Children with Exceptional Needs

[Navigating the IEP/504 process and special education policies in a new state can be confusing and often overwhelming. Join us to learn about resources and supports available to military families and strategies to help parents with a student with exceptional needs have a smooth school transition]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/exneeds/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Webinar Title: Transitions: What Every Parent Needs to Know

[This webinar will examine the social and academic impact of multiple school transitions on children of all ages. Join us as we explore strategies and share a wide variety of high-quality resources which will enable parents to obtain relevant information to make the plans necessary to assure smooth transitions for their students]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/transitions19/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 24 April 2019

Webinar title: Academic Portfolios for Children of all Ages

[Transitioning to a new school is never easy! A portfolio is a great way to keep accurate, up to date records for students. This webinar is ideal for parents of school-age and middle/high school youth. Parents will learn how easy it is to build and maintain a portable record for their child’s education documentation to help ease the transition between schools when changing duty assignments.]

Link is forthcoming.

 

Wednesday 1 May 2019

Webinar title: Growing Great Readers

[Reading is the most important skill a child can develop to achieve academic success. A family’s role in reading starts at birth and continues throughout life. In this webinar we will share ideas and fun ways to spark a love of reading in children and develop good reading habits for the entire family.]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/ggr19/event/registration.html

May
2
Thu
Military Child April Podcasts @ Online
May 2 @ 8:00 am

Podcasts will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout April, The Month of the Military Child. To listen to the podcasts, use the “For the Sake of the Child” platform on Podbean, iTunes and Google Play. https://militarychild.podbean.com/

Tuesday 2 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Noah)

Focus: Moving Senior Year of High School/Leadership

 

Thursday 4 April 2019

Podcast Title: Sesame Street with Rosita

 

Tuesday 9 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Kaila)

Focus: Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Military Youth of the Year

 

Thursday 11 April 2019

Podcast Title: Better Together: Boys & Girls Clubs of America

 

Tuesday 16 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Stefan)

Focus: Moving from Overseas to attend college

 

Thursday 18 April 2019

Podcast Title: Kelsey & Dr. Eric Flake

[Military kid, Kelsey, talks about moving, friends and offers some great advice to other teens. Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician, Dr. Eric Flake, shares about building a village of hope for all military families with special needs.

 

Tuesday 23 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (Garner Girls)

Focus: Competitive Sports- Swimming & Gymnastics

 

Thursday 25 April 2019

Podcast Title: National Guard and Reserve

 

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Podcast Title: Extraordinary Military Kid Highlight (NGR Alison)

Focus: National Guard and Reserves

 

Thursday 2 May 2019

Podcast Title: Military One Source

Webinars are absolutely free, available live every Wednesday and can be listened to at any time through the website:  militarychild.org

You can register for any webinar through the website, or use the links below.

 

Wednesday 3 April 2019

Webinar title: Helping Military Children Navigate Change

[In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens. Strategies and resources to help parents promote a child’s ability to adapt to change, adjust to new expectations and effectively handle stress will also be explored.

In this webinar we will look at the impact change can have on military children and teens.

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/change/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Webinar title: Transitioning with Children with Exceptional Needs

[Navigating the IEP/504 process and special education policies in a new state can be confusing and often overwhelming. Join us to learn about resources and supports available to military families and strategies to help parents with a student with exceptional needs have a smooth school transition]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/exneeds/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Webinar Title: Transitions: What Every Parent Needs to Know

[This webinar will examine the social and academic impact of multiple school transitions on children of all ages. Join us as we explore strategies and share a wide variety of high-quality resources which will enable parents to obtain relevant information to make the plans necessary to assure smooth transitions for their students]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/transitions19/event/registration.html

 

Wednesday 24 April 2019

Webinar title: Academic Portfolios for Children of all Ages

[Transitioning to a new school is never easy! A portfolio is a great way to keep accurate, up to date records for students. This webinar is ideal for parents of school-age and middle/high school youth. Parents will learn how easy it is to build and maintain a portable record for their child’s education documentation to help ease the transition between schools when changing duty assignments.]

Link is forthcoming.

 

Wednesday 1 May 2019

Webinar title: Growing Great Readers

[Reading is the most important skill a child can develop to achieve academic success. A family’s role in reading starts at birth and continues throughout life. In this webinar we will share ideas and fun ways to spark a love of reading in children and develop good reading habits for the entire family.]

http://militarychild.adobeconnect.com/ggr19/event/registration.html

May
16
Thu
SDMFC MTSE Action Team Meeting @ South Metro Career Center
May 16 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

The transition action team is working on initiatives to help military families make a successful transition from active duty to civilian life. This includes our “Military Transition: The Spouse Edition” series, as well as a peer to peer meet-up group.

For more information, please contact mtse@sdmilitaryfamily.org

MTSE 2019 MAY WORKSHOP @ SAY San Diego
May 16 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Have questions about your Service Member’s transition?

Making decisions about life after the military?

Information on topics including:

Finances,
Healthcare,
Employment,
Understanding VA Benefits,
Emotional Support, and
Education.
Presentations and small group Q&A sessions are provided from Fleet & Family Support Center, the VA, Department of Labor and United Healthcare. Get your questions answered from a representative on the spot rather than waiting on hold!

Childcare on-site (AGES 2 AND ABOVE), dinner is provided.

May
23
Thu
 SDMFC Community Prevention and Safety Alliance 2019 Meetings @ Farb Middle School
May 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Please join us for our San Diego Military Family Collaborative, Community Prevention and Safety Alliance meeting, to address Youth Substance Abuse, with an emphasis on youth in military families.  Please save the date and time

Coffee and a snack will be provided (9:00am-9:15am; Meeting starts at 9:15am prompt) every fourth Thursday of every other month, ongoing, as our regular meeting location at:

Farb Middle School Library

4880 La Cuenta Drive

San Diego, CA 92124

The CPSA is mobilizing in the zip codes of 92123 and 92124 in an effort to connect with youth and families better informing all community members on local safety issues impacting the local communities of Serra Mesa, Tierrasanta, and Murphy Canyon.  There are plenty of ways to get involved so please take time to visit a meeting or catch our presentations and messages on the SDMFC facebook page.  

May
24
Fri
SDMFC Monthly Convening @ Mission Valley Library
May 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Jun
20
Thu
SDMFC MTSE Action Team Meeting @ South Metro Career Center
Jun 20 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

The transition action team is working on initiatives to help military families make a successful transition from active duty to civilian life. This includes our “Military Transition: The Spouse Edition” series, as well as a peer to peer meet-up group.

For more information, please contact mtse@sdmilitaryfamily.org

The SDRVFWS Report is LIVE

The SDRVFWS Report is LIVE

The San Diego Regional Veteran and Family Wellness Strategy Report is LIVE!

See the FULL REPORT HERE: www.sdmilitaryfamily.org/sdrvfws-report

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Membership Has Changed!

Membership Has Changed!

SDMFC Membership has changed for 2019! Are you a current member, would like to become a member, or want to know what it means to be a SDMFC member? 

See the newest information to SDMFC Membership!

 

SDMFC APRIL CONVENING

SDMFC APRIL CONVENING


Join us on April 26, 10am – 12pm at the Mission Valley Library (2123 Fenton Pkwy, San Diego, CA 92108) or join us on Facebook LIVE!

 

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