Specialized Supervision provides significant family and non-family members to spend time together in a safe and secure supervised setting.
Specialized Supervision Services include:
• Supervision of the elderly
• Hague Treaty cases
• Sibling supervision
• Grandparent supervision
Brayden Supervisors have a university degree or college diploma in psychology, family studies, child and youth work, or related field. In addition they have been thoroughly screened through their references, and all have a current vulnerable persons police check. Further, they bring experience in working with families and children who are experiencing difficulties either due to mental health or developmental problems and/or in situations where the family conflict is significant.
Our Supervisors provide neutral, non-judgemental and safe visits ensuring that all agreements and court directives are followed. The Service Director is able to respond to questions, concerns and emergencies, throughout all visit times, if they arise.