The Most Trusted Supervised Visitation Center
Promoting Child Safety
At Wee Care 4 U Agency, our high professional standards will meet all your requirements in supervised visitation centers and exchanges. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our programs or services. Our professionals are here to help you with any questions and concerns.
What Is Supervised Visitation?
Supervised visitation refers to contact between a non-custodial parent and one or more children in the presence of a third person responsible for observing and seeking to ensure the safety of those involved. "Monitored visitation," "supervised child access," and "supervised child contact" are other terms with the same meaning.
What Is Supervised Exchange?
Supervised exchange, sometimes referred to as "monitored exchange" or "supervised/monitored transfer" is the supervision of the transfer of the child from one parent to the other. Supervision is limited to the exchange or transfer only with the remainder of the parent/child contact remaining unsupervised. Most frequently, precautions are taken to assure that the two parents or other individuals exchanging the child do not come into contact with one another.
For the Children
It allows the children to maintain a relationship with both of their parents, something that is generally found to be an important factor in the positive adjustment to family dissolution. It allows them to anticipate the visits without stress of worrying about what is going to happen and to enjoy them in a safe, comfortable environment without having to be put in the middle of their parents' conflict and/or other problems.
For the Custodial Parents
You do not have to communicate or have contact with a person with whom you are in conflict or by whom you might be frightened or intimidated. The arrangements can be made by a neutral party (the visit supervisor), and there does not have to be contacted before, during, or after the visits. You can relax and feel comfortable allowing your child to have contact with the other parent—and can get some valuable time to yourself.
For the Non-Custodial Parents
You can be sure that your contact with your children does not have to be interrupted regardless of any personal or interpersonal problems you may be having. If allegations have been made against you, which is often the case when supervision is ordered, you can visit without fear of any new accusations because there is someone present who can verify what happened during your time together. When using a professional service, you can also be assured that the supervisors are neutral and objective.
Supervision in the Case of Parental Separation:
When parents separate, the children most often will have primary residence with one parent and regularly spend time with the other. Visitation, contact, and access are words used to refer to post-separation contact with the non-residential parent or another significant person, such as a grandparent, sibling, or other relatives. When the courts feel it is appropriate, they may order that such visitation take place in the presence of a third party.
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