St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 14, 2012
At Vandover, the Transition Coaches and Research Specialists help employees and their families adapt, thrive and feel at home by addressing their needs, providing one-on-one coaching, locating community resources to support them and ensuring a continuity of lifestyle during transition.
As families prepare for relocation, children of all ages may wonder how they will fit into this new chapter in their lives. By making sure they have access to information about their relocation, parents can help them get excited about what they will do and see in their new home, school, and neighborhood.
“One of the Innovation Teams at Vandover conducted extensive research to find resources for parents and children who are in the process of relocating or settling in to a new location. The result of this project is a website – RelocatingKids.com - that has been designed just for them.” – Margery Marshall, President of Vandover.
RelocatingKids.com is geared to parents and children who are pre-school age, ages 6-12 and 13-18. The website has a section filled with ideas on how parents can help prepare their children for a move. There are also links to several web-based resources for children and teenagers on how to stay in touch, find things to do and make connections by working or volunteering in a new community.
You’re invited to discover more about RelocatingKids.com at http://relocatingkids.com.
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As the Leader in TalentMobility®, Vandover provides the highest level of support to employees and families in transition. We collaborate with several Global 100 corporations, government agencies, and privately-held organizations. Our services include support for pre-decision, global and domestic relocation, dual careers, lifestyle acclimation and programs that are customized specifically for our clients. Our solutions are designed to meet the overall business strategy of corporate partners while effectively addressing the unique and changing needs of employees and their families through every stage of mobility.