Supervised Video Visits

Video Visitation:
Do you and your child live in different States?
Do you and your child live in a different Country?
Are you incarcerated or will be incarcerated?
Will you be spending time in a treatment facility?
Do you travel often?

Is there some other barrier that is keeping you from maintain a loving, consistent relationship with your child/ren?

Supervised Video visitations may be the assistance your family needs. 

How it works

Your child visits from their home.
I am at my location.
You are at your location.

We all join a ZOOM call.

Your child’s primary caregiver can leave the room/area and you can have special, meaningful time with your child, supervised by me.

I stay on the line (but can black out my screen to be less invasive).

During the intake we will go over all expectations for the visits. I speak to both parents and hear what your child needs.

All calls are recorded to protect all parties.

There are a lot of fun things you can do to enjoy the time with your child.

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Fun Ideas

Activities for infants: Read a book, Sing Nursery Rhymes, Show flash cards or pictures, Play peek-a-boo, Play music, Dance to some music, Talk in silly voices, Make silly faces, Do a puppet show (use puppets or stuffed animals), Make animal sounds, Engage with familiar toys/games/music, Move to different areas around the house, Play copy cat and copy what baby does, Practice baby signs, Show baby outside and name things outside (tree, house, grass).

Ideas for Games/Activities with older kids: Board games (one person moves pieces from their side for all players), 20 Questions, I Spy, Pictionary/Guess the Drawing, Simon Says, Dance Off, Show and Tell, Mother/Father May I, Red Light Green Light, Read Stories Together, Two Truths and 1 Lie (with older kids), Charades, Color/Draw Together, Hangman, Jokes and Riddles, Sing Together, Staring Contest, Rock Paper Scissors.

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