Visitation Part 1: “Parent-Child Visits Matter”

In this short video, UNC-Chapel Hill faculty member and child welfare trainer Rodney Little explains why visits between children in foster care and their parents are so important.


Visitation Part 2: “Why Parents Sometimes Skip Visits”

While parent-child visits can be tremendously helpful, they can also be uncomfortable and even painful. In this short video, UNC-Chapel Hill faculty member and child welfare trainer Rodney Little explains why parents sometimes skip visits and suggests ways child welfare professionals can help.


Visitation Part 3: “Improving Parent-Child Visits”

Visits between children in foster care and their parents are a fabulous way to maintain family connections and help families reunify safely. In this short video, UNC-Chapel Hill faculty member and child welfare trainer Rodney Little offers research-based suggestions to help child welfare professionals get the most out of parent-child visits.