Contact with their parents affects children's well-being. Maintaining contact can also make a difference if they are to live with their parents again. In some situations, parent-child contact may not be possible at all. In other situations, it would be best to have only supervised contact.This fact sheet is designed to help grandparents consider when and how to maintain contact between child and parent. It also suggests strategies for good visits and ways to help children make a positive transition to the changes in their lives.
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