What is Supervised Visitation?
Supervised Visitation refers to children’s contact with a non-residential or non-custodial parent in the presence of a professional visitation supervisor.
Visitation Supervisors are responsible for observing the interactions and ensuring the physical and emotional safety of your child.
Benefits for Child and Parent
Supervised Visitation offers non-residential parents and family members conflict-free access to children and allows them to participate in day to day parenting functions.
Each family and their needs are unique, our goal is to make children feel comfortable and ensure safety during child/parent time. We allow parents to spend quality time with their child, regardless of allegations, obstacles or constraints.
Supervised Visitation is a positive interaction that serves the needs of your child, if just for a temporary period of time.
Your Child is Our Focus
A Kat’s Eye Supervised Visitation Service offers quality parent/child time in a safe and conflict-free setting. We assure line of sight supervision and auditory monitoring. Although, no cats are present during visitation or at visitation sites, they are our mascot.
Our Visitation Supervisors are not only trained as professional supervisors, but also have extensive training and education.
Experienced in Professional Visitation in Many Areas
- Parental conflict
- Substance abuse
- Mental health issues
- Parental performance / non-performance
- Concerns about abduction
- Extended time away from a child
- Reunification and Introduction
- Emotional, physical and/or sexual abuse allegation
The Parents we serve – think we are great!
It is always nice, after parents are no longer in need of our service, to see them stop in and just say ‘hi’. It is great to be the positive part of parent/child relationships.