I am sole guardian for my special needs child. They have visitation with their father. He is not communicating within the guidelines set forth in court and not following our child's normal routines in certain areas regarding toileting and other self help areas. My main issue is communication. We have a communication log that he was allowed input on and was finalized. He decided that certain information is not necessary, so he's not providing it, without prior consultation with me. Is there a person/type of person I can request from the court that can oversee and mediate issues regarding communication and visitation issues as they come up. Clearly this is going to be an ongoing situation as our child will live with me for as long as possible.
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