COVID-19 Resources and Useful Information
COVID-19 has presented divorced or separated parents, family law professionals, and mental health practitioners with an unprecedented set of challenges. At OurFamilyWizard, we remain dedicated to offering the best tools to assist co-parents in managing shared parenting and to support practitioners in their work with families.
Use the links below to find information that may prove useful to you throughout the current Coronavirus pandemic.
OFW Features to Use During the COVID-19 Crisis
Parents | Educate yourself on how to use the OFW tools that could be most useful to you as you navigate co-parenting during this time of uncertainty.
Practitioners | Learn more about the OFW tools that you and your clients can use to thoroughly document and organize co-parenting communication during and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.
Conversations about Coparenting for Professionals During the COVID-19 Crisis
These resources may be helpful as family law and mental health practitioners work with families throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Here, you can also access a recording of a webinar presented by OFW, AFCC and SoberLink focused on assisting clients in navigating their shared parenting during the crisis.
Videoconferencing for Family Dispute Resolution:Best Practices, Ethics, and Bugaboos
Many practitioners are adapting their practice to facilitate videoconferencing in order to stay connected with clients. Review a list of resources related to videoconferencing for family dispute resolution.
The Intersection of Technology, Domestic Violence, and Family Courts During COVID-19
COVID-19 has dramatically increased the use of technology among family court professionals, but this does not come without potential dangers. Access a list of resources plus a video recording of an online discussion focused on the intersection of technology, domestic violence, and family courts during the COVID-19 crisis.
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