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Quality family time at Thembalami Care Centre and MODA

Forever family… Loved ones spent a wonderful few hours socialising at Thembalami Care Centre and Max Ordman Deaf Association’s family day on February 24. Held every second month, these gatherings encourage interaction between family members, friends, and residents. Weather permitting, the gatherings are held in the garden lapa. Cake, tea, cool drinks and light meals – such as wors rolls, vetkoek and mince, hamburgers or curry and rice – are sold. The proceeds go into a special fund used for the residents. “Family days provide an opportunity for loved ones to spend quality time with the residents and meet with the staff. There was a good turnout in February and the event was enjoyed by all,” says manager Esme van der Walt. If would like to donate towards the family days, please call Esme at 010 534 8771.

Esme with Donald Cochrane, a Thembalami resident.

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