Supervised visitation works by establishing a structured and monitored environment for children to interact with non-custodial parents or other family members. The specifics may vary depending on the circumstances and court orders, but generally, a neutral third party, such as a trained supervisor or visitation center staff, oversees the visits. They ensure the safety and well-being of the child, intervene if necessary, and document the interactions. The visits may take place at a visitation center, the custodial parent’s home, or a designated location. The goal is to provide a secure space where the child can maintain relationships while addressing any concerns, promoting positive communication, and facilitating the development of healthy parent-child dynamics.