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Moving School-Age Children

San Diego Moving School-Aged Children

Navy Region Southwest military School Liaison Officers specialize in creating connectivity between military installations, local school administrations and military families. With the average military family moving every 2.9 years, School Liaison Officers provide such services as school transition, deployment support, postsecondary preparation and special needs navigation to assist with the unique challenges facing military children. Find your School Liaison Officer at www.navylifesw.com/slo.

The Military Installations website provides many resources, especially when you are preparing to move. Plan My Move is available to help you create a detailed checklist to prepare you for your move. Visit www.militaryinstallations.dod.mil and click Plan My Move to take charge of your relocation.

The Operation Autism website is dedicated to providing information to military families with children with autism. Here you can find tips on PCS moves and much more. Visit www.operationautismonline.org and click on “Tips for PCS Moves & Other Transitions.”

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