The Tennyson House Girls Shelter hosted a reunification workshop on Saturday, 24 November 2018 at Burman Bush Park. The purpose of this workshop was to prepare both the parents and children for the reunification as the children will be returning to their respective homes, families and communities soon.
According to the Tennyson House Social Worker, Lethu Hlengwa, the workshop attendance was beyond their expectation. She said the parents and the extended family members of the beneficiaries showed commitment and great support for the children by attending in large numbers.
Hlengwa added that, the day unfolded with parents and children playing games and participating in group discussions. “The workshop was a great success and we appreciate the cooperation and support that was shown by the parents. It was exciting to see the parents making their children a priority and willing to improve their relationship”, said Hlegwa.