Children and Families Truth Commission publishes support guide for supervised contact

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The Children and Families Truth Commission (CFTC) has published a guide offering support to parents and children who are experiencing supervised contact.

The guide has been written by Rachel Wigfall, a child protection-experienced mother who wanted to offer families support during supervised contact after her own experience with this kind of child contact.

While the Commission is very clear on the importance of reducing unjust child removals and inappropriate orders for supervised contact, it is also aware that many families are having to experience this form of contact and so additional support may be welcome.

The Commission also encourages the submission of guides and other documents produced by care and family court-experienced parents and children, and Rachel is a mother with family court experience.

This is what Rachel says about the guide:

“I created a leaflet for parents having supervised contact as I do not believe there is much support…

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