More than 20,000 people have registered to use our service to help separating couples continue to parent in the best possible way.
In January 2014, we launched Splitting Up? Put Kids First, a free online service to help separating couples create a joint plan to help them co-parent and agree on childcare arrangements.
We’ve hit our 20,000th sign-up, and feedback from parents using the service reveals that most have found it a useful way to communicate with their ex.
“Separation is a major upheaval in the lives of parents and children”, says Penny Mansfield CBE, director of OnePlusOne.
“Having access to support early on is critical to meeting children’s needs and keeping them connected to each parent and other family members such as grandparents.
OnePlusOne’s innovative online service Splitting up? Put Kids First is free and designed to equip mothers and fathers with the knowledge and skills they need to make a workable parenting plan – by themselves.
Since it’s online, the parenting plan can be revised as circumstances change, providing separated parents with a communication channel to continue to meet the needs of their children as they grow.
Splitting Up? Put Kids First is available in Welsh and English. It has been created to Double-A accessibility standards so people with visual impairment can use it.