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Learning at Home - Supporting Parents

We bring together a selection of digital resources and learning materials that can be accessed to learn at home. In this this section you will find our resources relating to supporting parents.

Supporting Parents

What is a Separated Parents Information Programme (SPIP)?

In this podcast, Denise Ingamells, Head of London SPIPs at RCJ Advice, and Marc Etherington from Resolution’s Parenting After Parting Committee, discuss how the Separated Parents Information Programme works.

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What is Parenting Co-ordination?

In this audio recording of their workshop, Gillian Bishop and Felicity Shedden, explore how parenting co-ordination supports parents in high conflict to implement final child arrangements orders or parenting agreements.

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Client meetings – how to improve outcomes

Adele Ballantyne, Eleda Consultancy, member of Resolution’s Parenting After Parting Committee, talks through how clients experience meetings with professionals when they are in the midst of a divorce or separation. This presentation was recorded at Resolution’s National Conference in April 2018.

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Hybrid mediation

New online course: Family Mediation - Using An Advanced Hybrid Practice Model

27-28 May 2020

This advanced hybrid practice model provides an invaluable additional resource to supplement the established family mediation model. Led by Karin Walker (KGW Family Law) and Suzanne Kingston (Mills & Reeve), this live and interactive course will be run online across two days.

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How can we help our clients as parents?

With the help of the Parenting after Parenting Committee we have put together this guidance to help you help clients who are separating parents.

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Practical tips for making contact work in the Coronavirus outbreak

In these difficult times arrangements in nearly every aspect of life are changing rapidly. This will include living and contact arrangements for the children of separated parents. If possible, parents will need to work together to agree necessary changes.

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Cafcass Co-Parent Hub

The Co-Parent Hub was created to provide you with online tools to help you during and after your separation and in making arrangements for your child. There are a number of articles, videos, programmes and interactive resources you can access through the Co-Parent Hub. Hopefully, they will help you learn more about the options available to you, and offer you the opportunity to learn skills that will help you in your role as a co-parent.

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Learning at home

This is part of the Learning at home series where we bring together a selection of digital resources and learning materials.