Supervised Visitation FAQ
Is driving allowed on visits?
Driving is prohibited on visits. However, anything that is in safe, reasonable walking distance is allowed from the original visitation site.
Are you a visitation center?
Supervisors Who Care is not a Visitation Center. We strive to ensure that visits are safe, but can also be fun. Visitations can take place at the location ordered by the court or at parent’s home, park, zoo, aquarium, restaurant, etc. once agreed upon by all parties.
Exchange/How it happens
The supervisor will text/call the primary parent upon their arrival of the visit location. Once the exchange of the child/children has taken place, the supervisor will meet the supervised parent at the designated location with the child/children.
Who supervises the visits?
Our supervisors have an extensive background with children and/or Social Work.
All of our Supervisors have passed the following criteria:
- Verify eligibility to work in US
- Supervisor training
- Complete background check
- Extensive criminal check (includes other states)
- Federal criminal check
- Drivers record check
- National Sex Offender Registry Search
- Social Security number verification
- Previous Address verification
- Extensive nanny application
- Childcare references checked
- Personal references checked
- Interview with Nannies Who Care, Inc.
- All Supervisors are CPR and First Aid trained
Can I have visits on the weekends? Days/times/Weekends okay?
Visits can take place on any day of the week. We ask for 1 week’s notice for all visitation requests in order to confirm a supervisor.
May I choose the location of the visit?
The supervisor must be in close enough proximity to be able to see and hear what is being said to the child/children at all times. Due to the supervisor’s inability to properly supervise the visit, some locations may not be approved.
Is there an intake process fee?
There is a one time, nonrefundable, intake fee.
Can I have visitors?
Visitors are not permitted.
When can visits start?
Visits can begin once your case is approved. The intake process takes approximately 2 weeks from the date our completed Intake Form is received.
Do the supervisors provide a report after every visit?
A detailed Supervisory Report is prepared after each visit and sent out to all parties on a regular/monthly basis (unless requested sooner).
Can visit take place in my home?
The first visit must take place in a public place. Visits can be moved to the parent’s home as long as all parties are in agreement, and there is nothing in the court order that states otherwise.