“Two Apps” began as an idea to help ease the worries of parents when it comes to co-parenting after a divorce or a separation. A personal experience has led the creator of the application to come up with a better solution that uses our responsive web application foremost to provide better communication and organization between divorced parties.
After years of collaborating with fellow parents and co-parents, and through the help of our designers and programmers, “Two Hands” was conceived. It has all the important features that any parent, co-parent or caregiver would ever need to deal with any kind of activity concerning children. “Two Hands” focuses on reducing the stress of parents and their children.
“Two Hands” is accessed primarily through the web which makes it easier to connect to people and manage one or two households at the same time. We have made it possible for the application to be accessed from all kinds of devices and have made it easier to understand even for someone who is not that tech savvy.
“Two Hands” launched July 25, 2018. Our team of designers and developers understand that along with constant changes in technology, the lives of families and children are also changing as well. There is no doubt that we keep abreast with life’s constant changes to provide the best service for co-parents everywhere.
Children in a divorce situation
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry describes what happens to children during a divorce: “children will do best if they know that their mother and father will still be their parents and remain involved with them even though the marriage is ending and the parents won’t live together. Long custody disputes or pressure on a child to “choose” sides can be particularly harmful for youngsters and can add to the damage of a divorce. Research shows that children do better when parents can minimize conflict and cooperate on behalf of the child.”
“Two Hands” co-parenting application follows on this principle and assists co-parents deal with all the aspect of caring for children even if they are not together any more.
Parents minimize conflicts through organizing all the events and activities that happen in their children’s lives. The application encourages cooperation and thus helps children adjust to their new life with less worry and distraction.
And even if a divorce could get tough and long custody battles seem to be the only answer, children will not be too affected and could still study and live peacefully with their supportive parents.
“Two Hands” more than just for co-parenting tasks
When “Two Hands” was conceived, it was designed to meet co-parenting needs for divorced or separated couples. However it is now clear that this could also be used for managing more than co-parenting activities.
Even couples who are not divorced may also benefit from this application with its wide range of communication and organization features. It can help parents distribute parenting activities within themselves especially if they are both running their own careers and have full-time jobs.
“Two Hands” can simplify scheduling of activities for small to large households and may also help remind parents of their children’s different activities. Children will feel more appreciated and less stressed when they know that their parents are aware of their activities and schedules.
With this newfound use of “Two Hands” it is now clear that it could work for all families and for all parenting situations. This is because no matter what kind of family and what situation there is, children still need the same things: attention, care and love. With “Two Hands” parents can care for their kids the best way possible.
Dealing with a difficult partner
Some divorces don’t end up as smooth as expected. Most often, more complicated issues such as child support, child living arrangements and co-parenting tasks often get in the way. With “Two Hands,” parents will have an easy and accessible strategy to co-parenting. Exes who run away from co-parenting responsibilities will learn from “Two Hands” that not facing up to responsibilities could have more complicated consequences.
We want to help co-parenting parents
From the time “Two Hands” was conceptualized till the time it will be finalized the company has only one goal. This is to provide the best and the most effective responsive web application co-parenting service to help children adjust to a life after a divorce or separation. Creators of the application also understand that one way to keep their creation updated is to ask users for their opinion.