Navigating Tricare For Your Special Needs Military-Connected Child
In continuation of our Military Special Needs Series, Natalie Mack (HSLDA Military Outreach Coordinator) is joined by Marilee Gerhart Price (Military Homeschool Mom) to discuss how to navigate the benefits of TRICARE, the military health care program for active-duty service members, retirees, and their families. Natalie and Marilee will answer question and go over topics
Add Homeschooling To Military Life, And It’s A Wild Combo
HSLDA Blog by Natalie Mack: In my job here at Home School Legal Defense Association, I help military homeschoolers keep going as they navigate some of the same kinds of challenges my own family faced.
Find A Homeschool Group Near You—The Easy Way!
Are you a military homeschool family looking for a support group? In this episode, Natalie Mack (HSLDA Military Outreach Coordinator) and Darren Jones (HSLDA Group Services Director) discuss the importance of joining a support group as a military homeschool family, as well as how HSLDA can help you get connected!
Homeschooling Keeps Military Kids Anchored
“The Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) reports that children in a military family will move six to nine times on average during a school career. That’s three times more frequently than nonmilitary families.”
Military Homeschooling And Laws When Relocating:
Are you a homeschooling, military family relocating now or in the future? Wondering what laws do you need to know about? Who should you make contact with? Join Natalie Mack (HSLDA Military Outreach Coordinator) for an interview with HSLDA attorney, TJ Schmidt for a conversation all about how to navigate relocating.
HOMESCHOOLING THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL: OVERSEAS U.S. MILITARY
Are you a military family homeschooling through high school while stationed overseas? Wondering what resources the DoDEA has to help, what sports opportunities are available, or other opportunities to prepare your student for their post-graduation goals? Join three military spouses, Natalie Mack (HSLDA Consultant), Lisa Roska, and Casey Houseworth, who have all been there and