Living as a digital nomad family sounds like signing up for an ordeal of organization and paperwork. Juggling education, travel, and family life as well as one's own job or occupation can be overwhelming.

This article gives you a list of resources for different family-related topics including health care, schooling, community, and visas.

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🛟 Health insurance

  • Travel health insurance: Genki Explorer is your worldwide travel health insurance that covers you and your family in case of emergencies as well as medically necessary treatments.
  • International health insurance: Genki Resident is your international health insurance covering you and your family in every country of the world. The cover includes extensive healthcare benefits, as well as preventive care, like check-ups or vaccinations, pregnancies, and childcare, regular doctor visits, as well as emergencies.

👩🏻‍🎓 Schooling

  • Kubrio: A global community of forward-thinking parents and passionate teachers that offer an online platform for children upgrading their homeschooling. Children meet in mini-pods, a small group that learns the same topic online, including maths, coding, art, drama, science, history, social skills, interests, and hobbies.
  • Wolsey Hall Oxford: Founded in 1894, Wolsey Hall Oxford is the world's most experienced home study and homeschooling program that counts world leaders like Nelson Mandela among its alumni. Education is available for primary and secondary levels.
  • World School Academy: This program focuses on teenagers and young adults between 16 and 24 years old. Educational areas include maths and mental exercise, reading for development, language learning, functional fitness for mind, body, and spirit, communication skills, writing and critical thinking skills, music and art appreciation, money-making skills as well as project management.
  • Trailblazing Families: Get your free course for world-schooling families from our friend Lizz Quain, a world-traveling mom of 2 teenage girls, entrepreneur, and world-schooling enthusiast.

❤️ Nomad family communities

  • Boundless Life: A family-focused community with physical destinations in Portugal, Greece, Italy, and Bali. Boundless Life offers an education program based on the Finnish curriculum. The education program includes students between 1 and 16 years old. Graduates can continue with traditional academic education at different universities worldwide.
  • Nomadville: traveling together in a community of digital nomad families. Joining Nomadville brings you to four family-friendly destinations within one year. Services include educational programs for the kids, coworking, and wellness activities for the parents, as well as accommodation - if needed.

🪪 Visas and residencies

  • iVisa: Easy-to-use visa application service provided by either using the website or the app. You can apply for your whole family.
  • Nomads Embassy: If you are looking for long-stays, digital nomad visa-issuing countries, or nations that are in general nomad-friendly through easy residency schemes, you find a long list of nations Nomads Embassy covers. You can even request their consulting service when moving or investing in one of the nations.
  • Moviinn: Moviinn helps you to move to sunny Portugal. The platform provides a relocation and integration service by offering assistance from migration experts. Moviinn's team reviews your individual situation and creates the best possible solution for a smooth migration process. Services cover visas, business, lifestyle, education, integration, and culture.
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