FREE age specific parenting newsletters for perfect for busy, on-the-go parents. Receive an email each month about your child’s social, emotional and physical development just in time. Hard copies are also available to be mailed to your home. Register at https://jitp.info/ or call 920-929-3170. Read more about the impact of JITP.
Fond du Lac County’s coparenting programs focus on keeping children out of the middle of parental conflict. This includes utilizing emotionally neutral communication and supporting the role of the other parent in the child’s life. Parents also learn the benefits of having a parenting plan in place.
- Living Apart Parenting Together is a co-parenting education class for divorcing or separating parents with minor children. This class is taught collaboratively by Fond du Lac County Family Court and Division of Extension-Fond du Lac County. Read about the impact of this program here.
- Keeping It About the Kids is a co-parenting education class for paternity identified parents with minor children. This class is taught collaboratively by Fond du Lac County Family Court, Fond du Lac County Birth to Three, and Division of Extension-Fond du Lac County.
- Registration for Living Apart Parenting Together and Keeping It About the Kids are both done through Fond du Lac’s Family Court (920-929-3075).
- Co-Parenting Resources
Links to Additional Relationship Resources
- Parenting and Family Relationships
- Resources for Healthy Relationships
- Parenthetical: A social network for parents of tweens and teens
- Home Alone: Videos and short activities for you and your children to help you determine if they are ready to stay home alone. Available in Spanish at https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/homealone-espanol/.
Links to Additional Resources in Fond du Lac County
- The Family Resource Center of Fond du Lac County, Inc. is dedicated to the healthy development of children and families through a variety of pregnancy and parenting programs.
- Fond du Lac County’s Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) assists older adults, people with disabilities, and families/caregivers in finding services and resources to keep them living well and independently.
- Are you caring for an adult family member, friend or neighbor? Caregivers need support too.