Whether your children participate in programs or enjoy playing outdoors, these spring safety tips will benefit parents everywhere
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The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a Department of Defense mandatory enrollment program for military family members who have special medical and/or educational requirements.
Every day, there is an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child. Even if you are not a parent, you play a vital role.
“Not only did we find that career advancement was not distinguishably impacted by EFMP enrollment, we also learned that, on average, EFMP enrollees serve slightly longer than their non-EFMP active duty counterparts..."
This campaign encourages people to light up their homes and communities with blue lights, in order to promote awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
You, as a parent, have an enormous amount of influence on your child’s current and future development. How you interact with your child, especially when they are very young, has a large impact and sets the stage for their behavior later on.
Marines who have a family member with special medical or educational needs face very real challenges in their effort to balance continuity of care for their family member, while pursuing professional requirements and career opportunities for themselves.
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) improves the quality of life for Active Duty Marines who support a family member with special needs by ensuring access to necessary medical care and educational support.
The Servicemembers Group life Insurance (SGLI) Accelerated Benefit Option gives terminally-ill SGLI policyholders access to the death benefits of their policies before they die.