...when parents have the ability to control their learning environment, they are more open and their ability to learn and retain information increases. The result is a better equipped co-parent who is less likely to return to court.
Carson City, Nevada (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
ChildSharing.com announces the availability of online co-parenting classes throughout the State of Nebraska. Online classes are designed to aid families raising children between multiple homes ChildSharing.com was approved on November 17, 2011 by the State Court Administrator’s Office of Nebraska for providing parenting education to court-referred individuals. The 4, 6, 8 and 10-hour programs include videos, quizzes, and life applications which serve as an alternative for parents who are mandated to take a parenting class to obtain a final decree or for those that are seeking to increase positive communication and parenting skills.
The online co-parenting programs are in response to growing county demand for assistance in aiding families as well as providing access to relevant information within their own budget limitations. As a free resource available to the counties, the option for parents to attend online classes has been gaining popularity throughout the country. Many times, parents who are required to attend classes are constrained by factors such as resource limitations, time, scheduling and training costs. In response to these challenges, ChildSharing.com chose to create online co-parenting classes to ensure the transition between families is smooth and successful.
Benefits to County
No cost to county
County can direct parents to additional resources
County-specific content if needed
Customized parenting classes by county
Access to ChildSharing.com staff
Access to parenting classes through admin access
County-offered totally free classes to low or no income parents
Detailed county reporting
Available in Spanish
Benefits to Parents
Interactive learning environment through content, quizzes, videos, and exams
Ability to take classes in a timely manner and in a nonthreatening environment
Instant Access 24/7, completely online, self-paced
State and county approved and accepted
Same-day certificate processing
100 percent money-back guarantee
Extended customer support
Affordable ($39.99 or free to low or no income parents)
Michelle Muncy, ChildSharing, Inc.’s Marketing Director, commented, "We are proud to offer our programs to the State of Nebraska. Classes are both informative and accessible, a combination that is all too rare in our complex, increasingly technology-driven learning environment. Our hope is that we are able to provide education to parents, at an affordable price who may not have otherwise received it.” Muncy adds, “We have found that when parents have the ability to control their learning environment, they are more open and their ability to learn and retain information increases. The result is a better equipped co-parent who is less likely to return to court."
ChildSharing.com will appear on the Nebraska Supreme Court website by mid-January. All online programs are available immediately on http://www.ChildSharing.com.
Founded in 2008, ChildSharing, Inc. is dedicated to advancing the field of child-sharing as a means of better educating families faced with raising children between multiple homes. Guided by a strong development team, ChildSharing works with experts throughout the United States to provide its members with the most comprehensive information and resources for educating and raising children between multiple homes. For more information about ChildSharing, Inc and its team of experts, visit http://www.ChildSharing.com.
Media interested in setting up an interview with ChildSharing, Inc. representatives regarding the online program should contact Lori Lavigne in the development planning office (866-333-1165 or lori(at)ChildSharing(dot)com).
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