The visiting parent may bring a snack for the child(ren) if agreed by Custodial parent.
No gifts for the child(ren) are permitted, with the exception of the child(ren)’s birthday(s), Christmas, Hanukkah or other holidays at which gifts are usually given. Gifts will also be allowed at the first visit when there has been a substantial time of separation between visiting parent and child(ren).The Monitor will not monitor or enforce what is given.
If for any reason you are unable to bring the child(ren) or attend the visit with your child(ren) it is your responsibility to notify the agency and the other parent. In the event of adult parties not having access to each other’s telephone numbers, the monitor will confirm cancellations. Both parents must confirm mutually agreed upon cancellations with the monitor. If notice is less than 24 hours before the visits, you are responsible for paying the appropriate monitors fee set to the monitor.
When visits fall on a holiday, cancellation must be made no later than one week prior to the visit. If holiday cancellations are made less than one week in advance, parents are responsible for paying a cancellation fee.
Failure of the visiting parent to arrive within 20 minutes of your designated time of arrival without calling to let us know that you will be running late, will result in a cancellation. You will be responsible for paying the appropriate fee and children will be returned to the custodial party.
Except for late cancellation or inability to arrive on time, all calls are to be placed to the monitor during office hours, Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. (PST).
Photographs may be taken during visits with the prior approval of the custodial parent. The custodial party must sign consent form prior to photographs being taken. Photographs should not be taken of monitors or any participant at any time. Monitor shall not take photographs of the parents and child(ren).NO audio or visual recording are permitted for any reason.
There are to be no changes in the supervised visitation schedule unless approved by the court and/or monitor. Once the day and time has been set, it will be followed on a weekly basis, unless either party requests a change. Changes in the schedule need to be done one week prior to visitation.
There shall be no permanent alteration of the child(ren) during visitation without prior approval of the custodial parent. This includes, but not limited to: haircuts, tattoos, body/ear piercing, etc.
Non-compliance with any rule or challenging the supervised monitor may lead to termination of services.