Video chat is much more fun than a telephone call. With Skype, FaceTime, Google Duo, Facebook, Zoom, or other video call apps, you can see the person you are calling as well as hear their voice. It’s easy to make a video call and children love to communicate using video.
Who will enjoy video chat?
Separated from the children you love for work, travel, or because of divorce? Stay in touch with a video chat. During a video chat you can help your child explore problems, find solutions, and celebrate success.
Today’s grandparents often live thousands of miles from their grandchildren. Don’t miss the smiles, first steps, and celebrating holidays and special occasions. Video chat is easy and fun.
Video chat brings military families together, to participate in the birth of babies, and attend special family events. It can make deployment outside the country more bearable and help those in the military services remain part of their family’s everyday life.
Virtual Visitation, or electronic communication as it is called in some states, opens up many new opportunities for parents to communicate with a child they are separated from. A primary relationship with both parents can help to alleviate the child’s feelings of self-blame, loss, confusion, and sadness.