In this new environment of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, some adjustments may need to be made to a whole range of our lives.
One of the areas where changes may be wise may be parenting.
If a child has a compromised immune system, or if one household is safer than another household because of increased risk factors in one household, or if there is a risk of harming some more vulnerable person in one household if contacts with the outside world are not minimized, where that risk is less likely in the other household, modifications of parenting plans and visitation schedules may well be beneficial.
For more discussion of this, please see other articles to be published (or already published) on this website.
Steven A. Heinrich
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