Integrated Family Services
Adoree Blair can provide assessment of the interactions between children and caregivers, and can provide assessment of such interactions including the level of attachment and bonding of the child with his or her parent, the emotional availability of caregivers for the children in their care, and the ability of the caregiver to read children's cues and provide for the child's needs according to the child's cues.
Parent -Child Interactions and Assessment must allow enough time to adequately assess the interactions between a caregiver and child. Each family and each child is unique. Therefore, each assessment will take a unique level of sessions for assessment. Within a few sessions, the number of sessions needed should be identifiable and able to be predicted. If the Court orders a certain number of sessions, that will, of course, be the guideline followed.