Wednesday, October 08, 2008

OnlyMums and OnlyDads

I have today received information regarding two linked websites that may be of interest to fellow practitioners. OnlyMums and OnlyDads, as the names suggest, provide on-line support for single parents. The organisations say that they "provide help, support and direction to separating couples across the UK". Their services include legal advice, financial advice, counselling and a forum. I've not used them myself, so can't vouch for them, but it is always useful to have another place to which you can direct clients needing support.

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  1. Looks interesting. Do you know who is behind the sites?

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  2. No, I'm afraid I don't have any more information than appears on the sites.

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  3. Hi there, I would like to let you know about One Space - The parenting site for single parents (this is funded by the Department of Children Schools and Families.
    Parents can get online support from parenting professionals, chat to other single parents and share a wealth of knowledge around parenting alone.
    www.onespace.org.uk

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  4. Dads site is also 15 pounds to join, I would recommend the free forums at dads-uk rather than pay for an untested site

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