Parents learn about the best and worst times to interact with their children

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Parents learn about the best and worst times to interact with their children

Parents participate in one of the bonding activities.

Parents have to remember to HALT when they are Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired before interacting with their children, as the wrong message can be conveyed during these times.

This was just one of the messages shared by Jo-Ann Taylor-Smith and her husband Richard, Family Life Unit (FLU) co-ordinators for South Oropouche, as they facilitated the interactive workshop, ‘Children are Gift’.

The Smiths were joined by their son Ricardo and together they made a formidable team sharing openly and comprehensively from the perspectives of mother, father and child.

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