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Old 11-08-2017, 02:51 PM
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0) ALTERNATIVE PARALLEL PARENTING PLAN FOR HIGH CONFLICT SITUATION

17) Another option based on the jurisprudence of V.K. v. T. S. 2011 ONSC 4305 with a splitting of the decision making. An example that could make sense given the Applicant Mother’s history with regard to not handing over the health card, neglecting vaccines and flu shots would be to have myself as Respondent Father shall have sole decision-making rights and responsibilities in all areas relating to the child’s medical and health care, treatment and assessment, including but not limited to issues relating to the child’s physical health, emotional and psychiatric health, dental care and eye care.**

These rights and responsibilities shall include but not be limited to the following:
a.** ** The right to decide which medical and other health care professionals will be involved with the child.
b.** ** The right to make and take the child to all appointments respecting the child’s medical and health care, treatment and assessment.
c.** ** The right to decide all issues and sign all consents relating to the child’s medical and health care, treatment and assessment. **This shall include the right to sign all such consents required to carry out school related assessments.

In Trade, the Applicant Mother could be responsible for shall have sole decision-making rights and responsibilities in all areas relating to the child’s academic education.* These rights and responsibilities shall include but not be limited to the following:
a.** ** The right to decide which school the child attends.
b.** ** The right to determine whether the child requires academic assistance and support, including but not limited to tutoring, and to determine the professional(s) who will provide this assistance and support.
c.** ** The right to sign consents relating to the child’s academic education.* This shall not include the right to sign consents regarding medical and health care, treatment and assessment, which fall within the scope of the Respondent’s custodial rights.
d.** ** The right to sign consents relating to the child’s school activities.

The other elements of the parenting plan could essentially remain the same with some minor changes as it relates to the parental decisions.

P) CHILDREN WHO LIVE WITH BOTH PARENTS REPORT SIGNIFICANTLY FEWER PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS THAN KIDS WHO LIVE WITH ONE PARENT

Source: Divorced Parents and Child Custody: Less Child Stress in Joint Custody

In the latest studies such as the 2015 Swedish study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, results from a sample of 150,000 suggested that children fare better when they spend time living with both of their parents. “Having two parents also tends to double the number of resources a kid is exposed to, including social circles, family and material goods like money. Only having access to half of that may make children more vulnerable or stressed than having it from both parents, even though they don’t live together”. “The more interesting finding was that students who lived with both of their separated parents reported significantly fewer problems than kids who lived with only one parent.”
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