"Paramita" BRSAMPK Monitoring and Beneficiary Reunification Polls

  • "Paramita" BRSAMPK Monitoring and Beneficiary Reunification Polls
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Writer :
Humas BRSAMPK "Paramita" Mataram
Editor :
Intan Qonita N
Translator :
Alika Sandra; Karlina Irsalyana

JEROWARU (October 18th, 2019) - Head of the Social Rehabilitation Center for Children Needing Special Protection (BRSAMPK) "Paramita" Mataram accompanied by Kasi section head of social rehabilitation service carrying out House Visit activities in the context of monitoring and exploring PM reunification to Jerowaru District, East Lombok District.

The first house visit was held at the house of benefeciary's parents and parents-in-law with the initials ELS that had been reunified three months ago. This monitoring is carried out to monitor the implementation of parenting by parents.

Ahmad Subarkah as Head of "Paramita" Rehabilitation Center for Children who Needs Special Protection (BRSAMPK) expressed his pleasure and gratitude to ELS parents who always held the commitment to continue the process of guidance and parenting for the benefeciary's well. He emphasized that communication between parents and children is very important in addition to supervision. In addition, even though parents have separated, the parents must both play a role in the parenting process.

The House Visit will then be carried out to the benefeciary 's family with the initials BN related to the readiness of parents and family to receive the benefeciary back in the middle of the family, as well as continuing benefeciary  parenting responsibilities. BN has shown good development mentally-psychosocial, and has just gone through a birth process that is quite heavy because it must go through the process of surgery. But mentally psychosocial is ready to be reunified to the family.

On this occasion, Subarkah also said that rehabilitation center is always ready to accept the presence of parents to discuss the follow-up of the reunification process, including how to care for baby and the continuation of BN education going forward. "In the future, parents must strengthen supervision and monitoring of BN activities," concluded Ahmad Subarkah.

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