How separating parents can come together to put children’s wellbeing first

Annette Rawstrone
Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Children’s needs are often overlooked when parents are in conflict.

The Parenting Apart Programme (PAP) is designed specifically to bring children’s emotional wellbeing to the forefront. Picture: PAP
The Parenting Apart Programme (PAP) is designed specifically to bring children’s emotional wellbeing to the forefront. Picture: PAP

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