To whom do our grandchildren turn to for help?

Parental Alienation

Who will help them understand this heartbreak and chaos! Pediatricians must be made aware. They must ask questions. The alienation of loving and supportive grandparents will have a negative impact on our grandchildren for the rest of their lives; and, alienation is often generational.

Grandparent Alienation is considered by experts to be a severe form of child abuse and elder abuse. Abuse is never acceptable. Abuse is NOT OK. The courts refuse to intervene on our behalf. They turn a blind eye to the damage that is being done to our grandchildren by denying them our love, and our presence in their lives. AGA is now actively participating in Grandparents Rights legislation in the State of Florida and assists other states and countries. We must give the judges the tools to help grandparents and grandchildren.

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