Deployment Chart For Families

Victoria Chart Company Stay Positive During Deployment -  Chart example

This is a guest post about a deployment chart, from The Victoria Chart Company.

They are offering 25% OFF this chart this month, please follow the link at the bottom of this page and enter ‘MILITA25’ at checkout.  

“At The Victoria Chart Company, our expertize lies in knowing what children react positively to, what they find comfort in and what brings families together.  Modern day family life is a challenging one and with it comes all sorts of issues such as divorce, absent family member, pressures at school, moving home, medical problems, general child development to name but a few.   It is for this reason for the last 11 years we have listened to family needs and developed dedicated, award winning charts to provide children and their families with a focal point to work from in the home.

Our most recent chart launched is our ‘Stay Positive During Deployment’ chart which was originally commissioned by United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force to support their children during a family members deployment.  It is testament to the success of this chart that the RAF have ordered it time and time again and following interest and requests from US military families, we are delighted to now offer an exclusive US version.  Please take a look here:

Victoria Chart Company Stay Positive During Deployment -  Chart layout

About Commander in Chief At home

Erin is a military spouse and, sometimes temporarily single mom to 4 boys. She's a writer, editor, teacher, and (Autism) mom.
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