AUSA's Family Readiness Directorate is dedicated to providing Army families the assistance they need to help them manage the challenges of military life. Through four pillars of support, Education, Information, Advocacy, and Outreach, AUSA Family Readiness provides a platform from which Army families can voice their issues and concerns.
Spouse Membership Now Available
AUSA has a new membership category for Spouses! Sign up today to have the opportunity to make your voice heard, get involved at both the national and local level, pass on wisdom to younger spouses, and get involved in issues that you care about.
AUSA Military Family Forums 2014
The AUSA Family Readiness Directorate is proud to host several Military Family Forums throughout the Annual Meeting. These Forums provide a venue for military and civilian leadership to address Army family issues and to introduce new organizations, initiatives, and programs. In addition, the AUSA Family Pavilion, held in the EXPO arena, will feature organizations that support and educate military families on a variety of topics. Register for the Military Family Forums today and stay current with military family issues by going to www.ausa.org/family or liking us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Military Family Forum I:
Monday, October 13, 2014
Senior Leader’s Town Hall
This forum will feature town hall style presentations from the top leaders in our Army.
Military Family Forum II:
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
1300 - 1600
Family Transitions: Supporting You through Your Military Life Journey
This forum will feature panelists and presentations updating the audience on the various Army family programs which support Army families through successful navigation of their military family experience.
Military Family Forum III:
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
The Future of Our Military Children
This forum will feature contributors from the Future of Children: Military Children and Families a Princeton – Brookings publication. Subsequent speakers will discuss the transformation of research to practice and highlight examples and programs currently utilized to support the well-being of our military kids.