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Statewide List of Parenting Classes - by County Name Alphabetical (Word Format)
Online Parenting Calendars
CoFamilies, Web Calendar for CoParents, Schedule coparenting time with color-coded overnights. Exchange notes. Receive text, email and mobile reminders. Keep a complete history of all changes and communication. All easily shared with your coparent, partner, caregivers and children. Developed in Colorado.
Our Family Wizard, Web Calendar for CoParents The OurFamilyWizard website® is dedicated to providing you with the tools that you need to organize your shared parenting and reduce conflict between you and your co-parent, leaving you with more time to spend with your children. Shared custody and visitation schedules, expense tracking, messaging and more.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Children and Divorce, Talking to children about a divorce is difficult. The following tips can help both the child and parents with the challenge and stress of these conversations.
Provider-Parent Partnership-Childcare Providers Joining with Parents to Support Children’s Wellbeing, Explaining Divorce to Children, A childcare providers guide to speaking to children about their parent’s divorce.
University of Missouri Extension, Helping Children Understand Divorce, Children's reactions to parental divorce are related to how parents inform them of their decision. Because of this, it is important for parents to think carefully about how they will tell their children and what they will tell them. The following tips might make this a smoother process.
Mayo Clinic, Children and Divorce: Helping Kids After a Breakup, Divorce is between adults — but the breakup of a marriage can have profound effects on children, too. Here's help presenting a united front to your child.
Helpguide.org, Children and Divorce: Helping Kids Cope with Separation and Divorce, Conflict between parents—separated or not—can be very damaging for kids. It’s crucial to avoid putting your children in the middle of your fights, or making them feel like they have to choose between you. Remember that your goal is to avoid lasting stress and pain for your children. The following tips can save them a lot of heartache.
American Academy of Pediatrics, My spouse and I are getting divorced. How can we help our children adjust?, How much a divorce will affect your child's life depends largely on how you and your spouse treat each other before, during, and after the divorce. Parents must work together to make the transition as easy as possible. Even though the marriage ends, your role as a parent continues. Set aside your differences and put your child first. Try the following suggestions.
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