Supervised contact reports - Useful Vs Useless

As a social worker with nearly two decades of professional experience I feel I have seen it all when it comes to supervised contact reports, both in their form and content. This is why at AGFS we ensure that our contact reports meet the high standard required for care proceedings especially. We understand they need to be succinct, well structured and clearly convey contact dynamics. Before being filed, each of our contact reports is subject to a quality assurance (QA) process and our supervisors receive regular feedback on their written work, so they know what they are doing well and where there may be room for improvement. Our contact reports reflect on AGFS and as such have to be useful for purpose.