The ... "What happens next?" calendar: J1-11E-PDF
to keep track of important dates when your parents split up.
What Happens Next? was designed to help children between nine and twelve years old learn some basic facts about family law. It can also help them realize that it’s normal for them to have an emotional response to the divorce of their parents and encourages them to voice their concerns to someone they trust.
|Department/Agency||Department of Justice. Family, Children and Youth Section.|
|Title||The ... "What happens next?" calendar|
|Subtitle||to keep track of important dates when your parents split up.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Note||This calendar was designed as a companion to the booklet entitled "What happens next? Information for kids about separation and divorce" (J2-215/2007E-PDF). Issued also in French under title: Le calendrier ... "Qu'est-ce que ça veut dire pour moi?"|
|Chronology||Began with 2008.|
|Subject Terms||Divorce, Children|
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