amac77, there's a few things I could recommend:
-Go to youtube and go over vital signs and how to take them, medication administration, things like this. Youtube REALLY helped me.
-When you get your book list, (if you can) buy the books quickly and possibly go over some stuff. It'll help you in the long run.
-Organize your time. If you do, you'll have time not only for studies and family but also SOME leisure as well (we all need the breaks)
-Since it's been a while, you might just go over the basics of A&P. Focus on systems alone, not so much of the small things. GI, Cardio, Respiratory, Circulatory, it's all gonna be used frequently. I think A&P PowerPoints help quite well.
These things will help you for the first semester. It's fun yet challenging. I had NO previous experience in the field, so I found it hard...but not impossible at all. I freaked out a lot in the beginning for nothing. However, it does have it's rough patches so be ready for that. I think for many of us the validations were hardest (in terms of being nervous).