ATTENTION ALL GRANDPARENTING.ORG VISITORS
We are happy to announce that Grandparenting.org (the website) has joined forces with GRAND – The Magazine for GRANDparents & Their Families. They will be picking up where we have left off.
Our friends at GRAND Magazine have been serving grandparents for the past ten years with a quality website and magazine and it’s now our goal for you to access this site’s content on www.grandmagazine.com.
Effective immediately, you will find all of this site’s content and more on GRAND Magazine’s site. Effective October 1, 2014 this site will automatically re-direct to www.grandmagazine.com.
Thank you for your continued interest in grandparenting.org’s mission and please know that the good folks at GRAND will strive to continue to meet your needs. Please feel free to contact the founder and editorial director, Christine Crosby at [email protected] with any questions or submissions.
With my best,
Arthur Kornhaber, MD.
“Every Time A Child Is Born, A Grandparent Is Born Too”
Our interactive website is devoted to fostering grandparent education, networking, research, and programs. The site is structurally comprised of four main sections, (listed at the top of this page), that deal with diverse and specialized aspects of grandparenting.
Ask Dr. Kornhaber
Interactive Q & A section where you can ask Dr. Kornhaber a question.
News and Discussion
Latest news and information from individual, public and academic resources involving grandparenting issues.
Ideas and Activities
Ideas and suggestions for projects and programs that grandparents can do with their families and communities.
Broad section that containing educational articles relating to broad aspects of grandparenting as well as listing and describing collegial organizations in the field. It is also a forum for all family members to contribute their ideas and thoughts for all to ponder.
Each section deals with issues in a diversity of categories for all generations.
Monitors the ongoing status and controversy around the Grandparent Visitation Laws.
Keeps us up to date with the latest news in this areas as well as interfacing with the many organizations that are devoted to supporting grandparents in this endeavor.
Instructs and educates grandparents in being the best grandparent possible.
Family Issues & Parent-Grandparent Relations
Describes difficulties that parents and grandparents may encounter and offers advice to keep the family functioning harmoniously
Long-Distance Grandparenting & Cybergrandparenting
Explores the effects and pitfalls of distance between family members and keeps grandparents up-to-date on strategies and new communicational methods that can help bridge the distance between family members.
Updates the Grandparent Study, initiated in 1970 by Dr, Kornhaber, keeps current with contemporary research in the field and is accessed by teachers and students.
A forum for grandparents to contribute to the site and post their original stories. Jokes, of course, need no further word (for what is a grandparent without humor?)
Hear the voices of grandchildren describe their experience, as children and grandchildren, an how they view the adults, and the circumstances that run their world.
Other categories deal with specific, self-explanatory circumstances such as Stepgrandparenting, and Personal Health.