As parents moving abroad, one of your biggest worries is making sure your children are ok. From language learning to education, setteling in and staying in touch with loved ones at home – this section is for expat families abroad.
Kids are funny – they hate change and yet they are generally much more flexible and adaptable than adults when it really comes down to it!
Tips for expat families raising TCKs abroad.
Your university-aged Third Culture Kid (TCK) may need a little extra guidance more than ever before in their “gone from the nest” adult status.
One of the biggest challenges for expat families that just moved to a new country is helping the kids to learn the language.
In a local school, expat families may experience a wide array of cultural differences.
If your parents – or even a parent living alone – are largely on their own, it makes a big difference whether you live five or 5,000 kilometres away.
For many expat families, grandparents are a fixed point of reference in their homeland.
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