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9. What are staying access and supervised access?

Staying access means that the child will stay overnight with the parent who has access at the time as agreed by the parties or specified by the court.


Supervised access means that a parent can visit the child under the supervision of a third party. Supervised access is usually carried out at social-welfare centre under the supervision of social worker. It is used to ensure the child’s safety, while maintaining the parent-child relationship.