Tech Tools to Help Stay Connected After Divorce

By: Divorce Magazine
Last Update: December 20, 2017

Divorced or separated, in today’s age it’s not uncommon for the kids to split their time between two different households. Fortunately for any parent or relative striving to keep themselves and their children connected, there are a myriad of tools and apps to help stay connected after divorce, no matter how far apart you may be. 

Take Advantage of Handy Apps To Keep the Family Connected

  • Consider Stridepost as an option to help manage your busy family life. With this online tool, you can create schedules and rewards for your children, while keeping your kids in the loop with their extra-curriculars including choirs and after school activities. Think project management, but for your family.
  • If you’ve ever been worried about where your teen is heading when he or she is, "taking the van out," then get connected with Hum. A device that links into any car, creates a Wi-Fi hotspot, provides information on roadside assistance, sends off alerts when someone is driving too fast, and of course, provides vehicle tracking. 

  • Let's say your children are missing their favorite pet, then install iCam to your iPhone. It’s an affordable motion detection video program which can help you keep an eye on the house from your phone, but also lets your children see how the family animals are doing.  

These tools can assist in developing a parenting plan post-divorce, while helping the family stay connected after divorce.

If you are interested in learning more about these apps, please visit Hum, Stridepost, and Icam.

By:Divorce Magazine| April 18, 2017 | Children’s, Co-Parenting, and Stepfamily Issues | (0) Comments

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