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  • AFPC launches Family Vector website

    Airmen, Guardians, and their families may now access EFMP information without using a Common Access Card at the Department of the Air Force Family Vector website.
  • EFMP families receive hands-on experience

    Families enrolled in the Hanscom Exceptional Family Member Program have taken on the role of teachers, therapists and counselors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last few months, families with children on the Autism spectrum or with sensory processing needs, expressed concerns that virtual occupational therapy sessions were lacking, so officials from the Airmen and Family Readiness Center here sought a solution.
  • Air Force implements options for Exceptional Family Members during pandemic

    The Exceptional Family Member Program instituted new support to minimize the impact caused by department COVID-19 policies, including the Stop Movement order and social distancing guidelines.
  • Teen daughter of Air Force family writes children’s book

    “Betty Bubblegum was a sassy-sweet, fearless animal lover who spent her weekends riding horses, wearing brave fashion accessories, and adventuring with her friend, a good-natured service dog named Emily,” so starts the recently published children’s book by 13-year-old Brianna Heim. The book is titled Brave Betty & Her Besties.
  • Against all odds: Air Force family overcomes adversity

    The Giles were presented with a spectrum of possibilities of outcomes for their tiny newborn daughter. They finally were able to determine she had suffered a brain hemorrhage and was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy (CP). The Giles were faced with a future of uncertainties for the health and wellbeing of their first-born child.
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