Supernanny US

Supernanny US

2005 - 2011, Reality, True Life
Nanny Jo Frost works with families in need of guidance.
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Episode Guide

  • Supernanny US - Evans Family (Season 7 Episode 16)
    Season 7 Episode 16:

    Evans Family

    Jo helps a widowed father to regain control of his household.

  • Supernanny US - Federico Family (Season 7 Episode 15)
    Season 7 Episode 15:

    Federico Family

    A woman who wants to be a 'fun mom' struggles to accept Jo's advice on disciplining her three boys.

  • Supernanny US - Froebrich Family (Season 7 Episode 14)
    Season 7 Episode 14:

    Froebrich Family

    Jo tries to help parents with different approaches to discipline get their five children under control.

  • Supernanny US - Demott Family (Season 7 Episode 13)
    Season 7 Episode 13:

    Demott Family

    Jo tries to help a New Jersey cop and his wife with their unruly 4-year-old triplets and 11-year-old son.

  • Supernanny US - Merrill Family (Season 7 Episode 12)
    Season 7 Episode 12:

    Merrill Family

    Jo helps a mother of four adopted children who is struggling to maintain control of the house while her Marine husband is stationed overseas.

  • Supernanny US - Potter Family (Season 7 Episode 11)
    Season 7 Episode 11:

    Potter Family

    Jo helps a couple whose conflicting parenting styles with their four disrespectful children are driving a wedge between them.

  • Supernanny US - Colombo Family (Season 7 Episode 10)
    Season 7 Episode 10:

    Colombo Family

    Jo helps a former parenting educator and her husband create rules and boundaries for their two mutinous sons.

  • Supernanny US - Miller Family (Season 7 Episode 9)
    Season 7 Episode 9:

    Miller Family

    Jo helps a couple establish boundaries and consequences for their six out-of-control children.

  • Supernanny US - George Family (Season 7 Episode 8)
    Season 7 Episode 8:

    George Family

    Jo helps a couple who are unable to discipline their five aggressive daughters and young granddaughter.

  • Supernanny US - Fernandez Family (Season 7 Episode 7)
    Season 7 Episode 7:

    Fernandez Family

    Jo tries to help former high-school sweethearts whose relationship is in trouble, largely due to their inability to control their three children.

  • Supernanny US - Van Acker Family (Season 7 Episode 5)
    Season 7 Episode 5:

    Van Acker Family

    A 3-year-old boy, prone to tantrums and disrespect, refuses to be potty-trained.

  • Supernanny US - Young Family (Season 7 Episode 5)
    Season 7 Episode 5:

    Young Family

    Jo travels to a secluded island off Seattle to help a couple who forego disciplining their three young sons to try to compensate for uprooting the family multiple times in the past year.

  • Supernanny US - Swift Family (Season 7 Episode 3)
    Season 7 Episode 3:

    Swift Family

    Jo helps a couple with five unruly children who often play around the family's unfenced swimming pool.

  • Supernanny US - Peterfreund Family (Season 7 Episode 2)
    Season 7 Episode 2:

    Peterfreund Family

    Jo tries to help a couple so overwhelmed by their three older, active sons they are neglecting the needs of their newborn.

  • Supernanny US - Atkinson Family (Season 7 Episode 1)
    Season 7 Episode 1:

    Atkinson Family

    Jo tries to help a married couple in Illinois with five children, including an openly defiant teen and a 4-year-old with separation anxiety.

  • Supernanny US - 100th Episode Special (Season 6 Episode 14)
    Season 6 Episode 14:

    100th Episode Special

    Jo Frost revisits some of the show's most-memorable families to see how they are doing since she left.

  • Supernanny US - McKinney Family (Season 6 Episode 13)
    Season 6 Episode 13:

    McKinney Family

    A single mother of two who is a student and works full time at a bank needs Jo's help in regaining her household from her little ones.

  • Supernanny US - Johnson Family (Season 6 Episode 12)
    Season 6 Episode 12:

    Johnson Family

    Kate and Roy try to run a family business, but their rambunctious children create chaos by hitting the customers' kids and disrespecting the staff.

  • Supernanny US - Mann Family (Season 6 Episode 11)
    Season 6 Episode 11:

    Mann Family

    Jo tries to help two parents learn how to discipline their 5-year-old daughter and 3-year-old triplets.

  • Supernanny US - Super-Manny Special: The Griswold Family (Season 6 Episode 10)
    Season 6 Episode 10:

    Super-Manny Special: The Griswold Family

    Mike Ruggles tries to help Roberta, a woman who has given up on trying to control her four kids, and Allan, her short-tempered husband.

  • Supernanny US - Hallenbeck Family (Season 6 Episode 9)
    Season 6 Episode 9:

    Hallenbeck Family

    A mother of two who spends her time surfing the Web, watching TV and texting friends expects her mother to raise her children.

  • Supernanny US - Benton Family (Season 6 Episode 8)
    Season 6 Episode 8:

    Benton Family

    A father preaches physical strength and overall fitness for his sons, aged 10 and 8, who fight daily; the house is filled with yelling and empty threats, allowing the boys to continue their bad behavior.

  • Supernanny US - Heredia Family (Season 6 Episode 7)
    Season 6 Episode 7:

    Heredia Family

    Jo tries to help two parents who work full-time and have four children under the age of five.

  • Supernanny US - Beck Family (Season 6 Episode 6)
    Season 6 Episode 6:

    Beck Family

    Jo tries to help two parents, a man who works full time and a woman who works part time and is a full-time student, get their three sons under control.

  • Supernanny US - McGrath Family (Season 6 Episode 5)
    Season 6 Episode 5:

    McGrath Family

    Jo helps two parents regain control of their family after they learn that their 5-year-old son has diabetes.

  • Supernanny US - Naskiewicz Family (Season 6 Episode 4)
    Season 6 Episode 4:

    Naskiewicz Family

    A tantrum-prone 4-year-old creates conflict in a family of six.

  • Supernanny US - Phelps Family (Season 6 Episode 3)
    Season 6 Episode 3:

    Phelps Family

    Jo tries to help an Alabama family whose mother defends her right to spank her three boisterous boys; the issue brings the marriage to its breaking point.

  • Supernanny US - Simmons Family (Season 6 Episode 2)
    Season 6 Episode 2:

    Simmons Family

    Pushover parents allow their two sets of twins, age 4 and 7, to call the shots and eat a sugary diet; when the kids need discipline, their father meekly implores them to behave.

  • Supernanny US - Colier Family (Season 6 Episode 1)
    Season 6 Episode 1:

    Colier Family

    The father of a blended family has better relationships with his biological children than with his stepdaughter; Jo examines whether or not the parents want to continue in the marriage.

  • Supernanny US - Krolikowski Family (Season 5 Episode 23)
    Season 5 Episode 23:

    Krolikowski Family

    Jo helps a couple whose attempts at disciplining their four violent children -- Mom yells and Dad spanks -- have had little effect, and the children continue to fight so viciously that blood is sometimes spilled.

  • Supernanny US - DeMello Family (Season 5 Episode 22)
    Season 5 Episode 22:

    DeMello Family

    Jo comes to the aid of a couple who admit they are living with little devils who delight in demolishing the house and throwing wild tantrums, leaving chaos in their wake.

  • Supernanny US - The Porter Family (UK) (Season 5 Episode 21)
    Season 5 Episode 21:

    The Porter Family (UK)

    Jo works with a couple whose 9-year-old daughter rules the house, throwing tantrums like a toddler and teaching her younger brother to behave the same way.

  • Supernanny US - Sacco Family (Season 5 Episode 20)
    Season 5 Episode 20:

    Sacco Family

    Jo helps a family of six who live in a home with no rules.

  • Supernanny US - Goldberg Family (Season 5 Episode 19)
    Season 5 Episode 19:

    Goldberg Family

    Jo helps an Arizona couple learn to set boundaries and enforce consequences for their three out-of-control children -- twin 6-year-old boys and a girl, 3.

  • Supernanny US - Del Re Family (Season 5 Episode 18)
    Season 5 Episode 18:

    Del Re Family

    Jo helps two parents in Staten Island with their four-year-old twins who throw daily tantrums.

  • Supernanny US - Williams Family (UK) (Season 5 Episode 17)
    Season 5 Episode 17:

    Williams Family (UK)

  • Supernanny US - Sachs Family (Season 5 Episode 16)
    Season 5 Episode 16:

    Sachs Family

    Jo tries to help two busy, working parents whose guilt about the time their jobs take away from their two little boys weakens their resolve when the 5-year-old throws a tantrum.

  • Supernanny US - Davis Family (Season 5 Episode 15)
    Season 5 Episode 15:

    Davis Family

    Jo tries to help a family in which the father feels all child care and housekeeping duties should be handled by his working wife and believes that smacking the children and cursing that them is acceptable.

  • Supernanny US - Costello Family (Season 5 Episode 14)
    Season 5 Episode 14:

    Costello Family

    Jo works with an overwhelmed mother of 10 children and her truck-driver husband, hoping to calm the chaos in the household and restore a respect for authority in the youngsters.

  • Supernanny US - Kerns Family (Season 5 Episode 12)
    Season 5 Episode 12:

    Kerns Family

    Jo comes to the aid of a Wisconsin couple overwhelmed by rambunctious 4-year-old twin boys and a toddler daughter who is beginning to mimic her brothers' aggression.

  • Supernanny US - James Family (Season 5 Episode 10)
    Season 5 Episode 10:

    James Family

    Jo Frost heads to Houston to help professional basketball player Mike James and his wife with their four children.

  • Supernanny US - Lewis Family (Season 5 Episode 9)
    Season 5 Episode 9:

    Lewis Family

    A newly widowed woman asks Jo for advice on learning to be a single parent, trying to fulfill her husband's deathbed wish that she continue to be a happy mother to their two small children.

  • Supernanny US - Super-Manny Special: The Marko Family (Season 5 Episode 8)
    Season 5 Episode 8:

    Super-Manny Special: The Marko Family

  • Supernanny US - Howat Family (Season 5 Episode 7)
    Season 5 Episode 7:

    Howat Family

    Jo travels to the United Kingdom to help a single mother who has lost control of her three children and her temper.

  • Supernanny US - Manley Family (Season 5 Episode 6)
    Season 5 Episode 6:

    Manley Family

    Jo helps a couple and their two children, ages 7 and 4, navigate the painful process of separation and divorce.

  • Supernanny US - Newsome Family (Season 5 Episode 5)
    Season 5 Episode 5:

    Newsome Family

    Jo Frost helps California mother-of-six Blythe Newsome, whose move to a smaller home has left her sleeping on a couch and the children running amok

  • Supernanny US - The Winter Family (Season 5 Episode 4)
    Season 5 Episode 4:

    The Winter Family

    Jo steps in to help a family with five children adjust to a new way of life after relocating from New York to Georgia.

  • Supernanny US - Park Family (Season 5 Episode 3)
    Season 5 Episode 3:

    Park Family

    Jo helps two parents, and a nanny in over her head, with their rambunctious children, including one child with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

  • Supernanny US - Baulisch Family (Season 5 Episode 2)
    Season 5 Episode 2:

    Baulisch Family

    Jo tries to close a communications gap between a deaf couple and their four hearing children.

  • Supernanny US - Quinn Family (Season 5 Episode 1)
    Season 5 Episode 1:

    Quinn Family

    Jo travels to Amherst, N.H., to help a chiropractor and a personal trainer deal with their four out-of-control children; Jo tries to unite the fractured family by taking them on a hike.

  • Supernanny US - Moy Family (Season 4 Episode 20)
    Season 4 Episode 20:

    Moy Family

    Jo is called on to help when a father's busy travel schedule for work and a mother's passivity prompt a pre-teen girl to defy all attempts at discipline, which leads her younger siblings to act out as well.

  • Supernanny US - Doyle Family (Season 4 Episode 19)
    Season 4 Episode 19:

    Doyle Family

    Jo tries to help three children, one of whom is on the verge of being kicked out of daycare, learn to be more respectful in public and at home.

  • Supernanny US - The Browning Family (Season 4 Episode 18)
    Season 4 Episode 18:

    The Browning Family

    Jo helps a reverend and his industrious wife with their six, out of control children.

  • Supernanny US - Martinez Family (Season 4 Episode 17)
    Season 4 Episode 17:

    Martinez Family

    Jo helps an overwhelmed mother cope with three rambunctious children under 10 while their father works at his job as a civilian contractor in Iraq.

  • Supernanny US - Clause Family (Season 4 Episode 16)
    Season 4 Episode 16:

    Clause Family

    Jo tries to help permissive parents of a 10-year-old and an 8-year-old who are disrespectful and manipulative, and swear and throw tantrums.

  • Supernanny US - Schrage Family (Season 4 Episode 15)
    Season 4 Episode 15:

    Schrage Family

    Jo encounters a couple with very unusual sleeping arrangements when she tries to help a family whose three young children rule the roost while their live-in grandmother suffers from a lack of privacy.

  • Supernanny US - Citarella Family (Season 4 Episode 14)
    Season 4 Episode 14:

    Citarella Family

    Jo works with a family whose four children run circles around their mother and have their father wearing earplugs.

  • Supernanny US - Addis Family (Season 4 Episode 13)
    Season 4 Episode 13:

    Addis Family

    Jo works with a family mourning the loss of a live-in grandfather and trying to adjust to new roles in the household.

  • Supernanny US - McKeever Family (Season 4 Episode 12)
    Season 4 Episode 12:

    McKeever Family

    Jo helps a couple with two extremely violent and disrespectful boys.

  • Supernanny US - Banjany Family (Season 4 Episode 11)
    Season 4 Episode 11:

    Banjany Family

    A couple with a successful home business, but no control over their children, need Jo's help to balance their busy lives.

  • Supernanny US - Prescott Family (Season 4 Episode 10)
    Season 4 Episode 10:

    Prescott Family

    Jo helps a mother of seven heal a long-standing rift with her father and assists the whole family with a variety of issues.

  • Supernanny US - Tafoya Family (Season 4 Episode 9)
    Season 4 Episode 9:

    Tafoya Family

    A mother of three rambunctious boys walks out of Jo's parent meeting and asks Jo to leave.

  • Supernanny US - Wilson-Knutson Family (Season 4 Episode 8)
    Season 4 Episode 8:

    Wilson-Knutson Family

    Pop star Wendy Wilson and husband Dan Knutson seek Jo's help in melding their parenting styles to give their four sons boundaries and a schedule.

  • Supernanny US - Daniels Family (Season 4 Episode 7)
    Season 4 Episode 7:

    Daniels Family

    Jo has a fiery face-off with a couple whose six out-of-control children rule the house.

  • Supernanny US - Dostal Family (Season 4 Episode 6)
    Season 4 Episode 6:

    Dostal Family

    A couple with a misbehaving son receive advice on how to control their children and save their marriage.

  • Supernanny US - An-Duan Family (Season 4 Episode 5)
    Season 4 Episode 5:

    An-Duan Family

    Jo helps a couple simplify the lives of their five stressed-out children.

  • Supernanny US - Terrill Family (Season 4 Episode 4)
    Season 4 Episode 4:

    Terrill Family

    A single dad gets help on raising his two boys who have never been disciplined and need to be taught the basics of health and hygiene.

  • Supernanny US - Schumacher Family (Season 4 Episode 3)
    Season 4 Episode 3:

    Schumacher Family

    Hardworking parents, who give their children everything, receive advice on creating boundaries and instilling respect in their brood.

  • Supernanny US - Chapman Family (Season 4 Episode 2)
    Season 4 Episode 2:

    Chapman Family

    Overwhelmed, two teenagers bear the brunt of caring for three young siblings and home-schooling themselves, so they ask Jo for help in getting their parents to step up to the plate.

  • Supernanny US - Drake Family (Season 4 Episode 1)
    Season 4 Episode 1:

    Drake Family

    The parents and grandmother of three extremely lively children get advice on controlling the chaos.

  • Supernanny US - Amouri Family (Season 3 Episode 15)
    Season 3 Episode 15:

    Amouri Family

    Jo helps a mother with four young children and a husband who stays out late with friends.

  • Supernanny US - Cantoni Family (Season 3 Episode 14)
    Season 3 Episode 14:

    Cantoni Family

    Jo Frost encourages Laura Bradbury to let her unruly son's stepfather help in the discipline, while showing family members how to control their anger.

  • Supernanny US - Walker Family (Season 3 Episode 13)
    Season 3 Episode 13:

    Walker Family

    Jo helps a couple who have three offspring, a nephew who lives with them, and an in-home day-care business.

  • Supernanny US - Williams Family (Season 3 Episode 12)
    Season 3 Episode 12:

    Williams Family

    Jo helps a single mother who works two jobs and relies on her elderly grandparents to help her with her three children.

  • Supernanny US - Goins Family (Season 3 Episode 11)
    Season 3 Episode 11:

    Goins Family

    Jo helps a mother frustrated by her children's aggression and lack of respect coupled with her husband's acting like a fourth child.

  • Supernanny US - McAfee Family (Season 3 Episode 10)
    Season 3 Episode 10:

    McAfee Family

    Jo helps a newly divorced father of four, who is living a lonely, isolated life in Alaska.

  • Supernanny US - Bruno Family (Season 3 Episode 9)
    Season 3 Episode 9:

    Bruno Family

    Jo helps a father save his relationship with the family's two older children and helps the mother win respect from the younger children.

  • Supernanny US - Nitti Family (Season 3 Episode 8)
    Season 3 Episode 8:

    Nitti Family

    Jo Frost tries to help a woman who is having trouble managing her active family of four young boys.

  • Supernanny US - Haines Family (Season 3 Episode 7)
    Season 3 Episode 7:

    Haines Family

    A police officer and an ER nurse have no authority in their house and give in to their 4-year-old son's desires, which makes their 10-year-old son resentful.

  • Supernanny US - Smith Family (Season 3 Episode 6)
    Season 3 Episode 6:

    Smith Family

    Jo helps two marine biologists who cannot control their 3-year-old and 18-month-old sons.

  • Supernanny US - Mihalik Family (Season 3 Episode 5)
    Season 3 Episode 5:

    Mihalik Family

    Jo tries to help a widow who is losing control of her four children.

  • Supernanny US - Swanson Family (Season 3 Episode 4)
    Season 3 Episode 4:

    Swanson Family

    Jo tries to keep parents from divorcing over their five rambunctious boys.

  • Supernanny US - Fager Family (Season 3 Episode 3)
    Season 3 Episode 3:

    Fager Family

    Jo takes a blended family of eight on a beach-side holiday and teaches techniques to keep the children organized and settled.

  • Supernanny US - Weinstein Family (Season 3 Episode 2)
    Season 3 Episode 2:

    Weinstein Family

    Jo Frost tries to help a family with four children whose father's disciplinary style is more bullying than beneficial.

  • Supernanny US - Bowersock Family (Season 3 Episode 1)
    Season 3 Episode 1:

    Bowersock Family

    Jo Frost rescues a family caught up in a pattern of hitting, aggression and unhappiness.

  • Supernanny US - Uva Family (Season 2 Episode 19)
    Season 2 Episode 19:

    Uva Family

    Two young boys exhibit aggressive, selfish and abusive behavior; a stay-at-home dad is ignorant and aloof.

  • Supernanny US - Newton Family (Season 2 Episode 18)
    Season 2 Episode 18:

    Newton Family

    Jo observes children's behaviors in two homes as she tries to help a separated couple collaborate on their child-rearing techniques.

  • Supernanny US - Jackson Family (Season 2 Episode 17)
    Season 2 Episode 17:

    Jackson Family

    A burned-out mother of 5-year-old triplets seeks help with her ill-behaved children.

  • Supernanny US - Wujcik Family (Season 2 Episode 16)
    Season 2 Episode 16:

    Wujcik Family

    Jo Frost helps a couple who admit that Dad can be just as much of a troublemaker as the couple's three children.

  • Supernanny US - Harmony Family (Season 2 Episode 15)
    Season 2 Episode 15:

    Harmony Family

    The nanny tries to quell the discord two of a couple's three young sons cause.

  • Supernanny US - Young Family (Season 2 Episode 14)
    Season 2 Episode 14:

    Young Family

    Jo Frost helps a couple who frequently make their oldest child baby-sit their out-of-control younger children.

  • Supernanny US - Schwartz Family (Season 2 Episode 12)
    Season 2 Episode 12:

    Schwartz Family

    A single woman tries to get a college degree while dealing with the emotional scars her five children have suffered as a result of her divorce.

  • Supernanny US - Carsley Family (Season 2 Episode 11)
    Season 2 Episode 11:

    Carsley Family

    The parents of seven children have trouble creating consistency because they work opposite shifts.

  • Supernanny US - Tsironis Family (Season 2 Episode 10)
    Season 2 Episode 10:

    Tsironis Family

    Nanny Jo Frost helps the Tsironis, parents who spoil their twin boys and allow them to overshadow their elder sister.

  • Supernanny US - Keilen Family (Season 2 Episode 8)
    Season 2 Episode 8:

    Keilen Family

    A Navy SEAL and his wife receive much needed help disciplining their 4-year-old twins.

  • Supernanny US - Facente Family (Season 2 Episode 7)
    Season 2 Episode 7:

    Facente Family

    Jo Frost enlists the skills of a renowned expert on autism to help a couple whose three-year-old son seems to live in a world apart from his parents and four-year-old twin sisters.

  • Supernanny US - Amaral Family (Season 2 Episode 6)
    Season 2 Episode 6:

    Amaral Family

    Restaurant owners receive advice on managing a seven-day workweek and three unruly boys.

  • Supernanny US - Larmer Family (Season 2 Episode 4)
    Season 2 Episode 4:

    Larmer Family

    The Cookes, a British family with three daughters, get help settling sibling rivalries and learn how to argue constructively without shouting.

  • Supernanny US - McMillion Family (Season 2 Episode 3)
    Season 2 Episode 3:

    McMillion Family

    The wife of a National Guardsman stationed in Afghanistan seeks assistance from Jo Frost in dealing with her three aggressive sons.

  • Supernanny US - Webb Family (Season 2 Episode 2)
    Season 2 Episode 2:

    Webb Family

    The nanny offers structure to a working mother, a traveling father and their three young children.

  • Supernanny US - Minyon Family (Season 2 Episode 1)
    Season 2 Episode 1:

    Minyon Family

    Nanny Jo Frost helps a couple whose unruly 3-year-old daughter was kicked out of day care, forcing her mother to quit her job to care for her.

  • Supernanny US - Christiansen Family (Season 1 Episode 11)
    Season 1 Episode 11:

    Christiansen Family

    Jo Frost returns to England to help Jason and Karen Collins with their four unruly children, ages 4 to 10, where she encounters resistance from the children and tears from the parents.

  • Supernanny US - Ririe Family (Season 1 Episode 8)
    Season 1 Episode 8:

    Ririe Family

    The nanny works with a couple who have very different ideas on parenting their four children, ages 1-9.

  • Supernanny US - Gorbea Family (Season 1 Episode 7)
    Season 1 Episode 7:

    Gorbea Family

    The Christiansens get advice on communicating their expectations to their two unruly boys without shouting and on the importance of presenting a united front when disciplining.

  • Supernanny US - Bailey Family (Season 1 Episode 6)
    Season 1 Episode 6:

    Bailey Family

    Bill and Stacie Bailey seek help from Jo Frost in teaching their 2-year-old son to stop throwing tantrums and their 6-year-old daughter to sleep in her own bed.

  • Supernanny US - Weston Family (Season 1 Episode 5)
    Season 1 Episode 5:

    Weston Family

    Fred and Andrea Weston seek Jo Frost's help in ending the reign of terror of their 4-year-old son, Andrew, whose bullying, back-talk and rambunctiousness have driven his parents to their limits.

  • Supernanny US - Wischmeyer Family (Season 1 Episode 4)
    Season 1 Episode 4:

    Wischmeyer Family

    A work-at-home mother and a father who works long hours as a civil engineer get help controlling their two daughters, whose defiant behavior is affecting everyone, including their 9-year-old brother.

  • Supernanny US - Orm Family (Season 1 Episode 3)
    Season 1 Episode 3:

    Orm Family

    The nanny works with a family whose three sons talk back, beat up on each other and sneak out to wander the neighborhood unsupervised.

  • Supernanny US - Bullard Family (Season 1 Episode 2)
    Season 1 Episode 2:

    Bullard Family

    Jo Frost helps an exhausted Colorado couple deal with their two unruly children, who talk back to their parents and delay bedtime for hours.

  • Supernanny US - Jeans Family (Season 1 Episode 1)
    Season 1 Episode 1:

    Jeans Family

    Jo Frost, a British nanny with more than 15 years experience, works with David and Barbara Jeans of Denver, whose three daughters are ruling their household.

  • Supernanny US - Family Update Special (Special)
    Special:

    Family Update Special

    Nanny Jo Frost reunites with the Gorbea family, the Jeans family, the Orm family and the Wischmeyer family, to see how the parents and children have fared since her intervention.

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