Uniform Dom estic Relations Form – 17
SHARE D PARENTING PL AN
Approved under Ohio Civil Rule 84 and Ohio Juvenile Rule 46
Effecti ve Date: 7/1/2013
The parents s ha ll ha ve:
The right to participate in major decisions concerning the child(ren)'s health, social situation,
morals, welfar e, educ a tio n, and economic environment.
The right to reasonable telephone contact with the child(ren) w hen they are with the other parent.
The right to participate in the selection of doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, hospitals, and
other health care providers for the child(ren).
The right to authorize medical, surgical, hospital, dental, institutional, psychological and psychiatric
care for the child(ren) and obtain a second opinion regarding medical conditions or treatment.
The right to be notified in case of an injury to or illness of the child(ren).
The right to be present with the child(ren) at medical, dental and other health-related
examinations and treatments, includi ng, but not limited to psyc hol og ical and ps ych iatric care.
The right to inspect and receive the child(ren)’s medical and dental records and the right
to consult with any treating physician, dentist and/or other health care provider, including but not
limited to psychologists and psychiatrists.
The right to consult with school officials concerning the child(ren)'s welfare and educational
status, and the right to inspect and receive the child(ren)’s student records to the extent per mitted
The right to receive copies of all school reports, calendars of school events, notices of parent-
teacher conf erenc es , an d school pr ograms.
The right to attend and participate in parent-teacher conferences, school trips, school programs,
and other scho ol ac ti vities in which parents are inv ited to part icip ate.
The right to attend and participate with the child(ren) in athletic programs and other extracurricular
The right to receive notice of the other parent’s intention to relocate.
SECOND: ALLOCATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS A ND RESPONSIBILITIES
Each parent shall take all measures necessary to foster respect and affection between the
child(ren) and the other parent. Neither parent shall do anything that may estrange the child(ren)
from the other parent, or impair the child(ren)’s high regard for the other parent.
Medic al Res po nsib il ities
A parent shall notify the other parent promptly if a child experiences a serious injury, has a serious
or chronic illness, or receives treatment in an emergency room or hospital. A parent shall notify
the other parent of the emergency, the child's status, locale, and any other pertinent information
as soon as practical, but in any event wi thin 24 hours.