Check out what the FRO want you to know in October.
Do you sometimes feel like you are “driving in the rain with faulty windshield wipers, moments of clarity along with lots of blur?” If so, you’re not alone. These are just a few ways people have described living with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
In a time where social media is so prevalent in the life of a teenager it is important that they too are aware of how they should maintain Operations Security, also known as OPSEC.
This year, Red Ribbon Week falls from October 23–31. In order to prepare, check out some of these facts from a 2016 report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Oct 10th is a big day. This year’s World Mental Health Day marks 25 years of more than 150 countries coming together to participate in raising awareness, bridging gaps, continuing the discussion, fighting the stigma, and educating the public on mental health awareness.
October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month! Learn more about this chromosomal condition as we take on this year's theme, "Celebrating Abilities."
Have you ever pursued your dream job? What sort of obstacles got in your way? Now, imagine accomplishing each of those tasks with the added struggle of facing stereotypes associated with having a disability. Here are 4 successful people with disabilities breaking down stereotypes and taking over their respective industries by storm.
Preparing kids for a move can be challenging, but Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB) provides training to help Marine Corps kids navigate through the ups and downs.
When a catastrophe like Hurricane Harvey, Irma, or Maria happens, your world can be turned upside down! Whether it is an evacuee, a family member, a friend, or yourself, you are probably connected to someone affected by the recent Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Your Information & Referral (I&R) Specialist and United Way’s 2-1-1 service are able to connect you and your family members to a wide range of resources.
PCS can be hard for anyone — packing up and changing locations, houses, and schools is difficult, especially on kids. Luckily for students near Camp Lejeune, a new program aims to make that transition easier.