Essentials of Injury Communication with Children

Ever since he was a young child, Geoffrey Quevedo’s dream was to join the United States Army. So when Geoffrey turned 18, that's just what he did. In 2011, Geoffrey was severely injured in an IED attack, including losing his left arm and leg. The married father of two young children relies on his own experience as a Wounded Army Veteran to narrate the “Essentials of Injury Communication with Children.” In the course, you will learn: Where your family is on the recovery journey and how knowing this information can help you better communicate with your children; How your child’s age affects what you say and how you say it; specific things you can say to young children; and what resources might help you and your family along the way.

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    monchito50 July 31, 2019 at 6:58 am

    Very true to life, very personal, always keeping it real

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    MLRobbins April 30, 2020 at 8:56 am

    Great information to share with families. Thank you Mr. Quevedo and Thank your for your sacrifices!!!!
    MLRObbins, Military and Family Life Counselor, MFLC in Texas

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    thively1 May 5, 2020 at 7:02 am

    Great video!

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