A student of Student Community Service Team II at Diponegoro University, Lutfi Asysyifa’ Nur’ Alimah, located in Bener Village, Tengaran District, Semarang Regency implemented a Psychoeducation work program regarding the importance of parental assistance to children in carrying out e-learning by applying positive parenting. The program is in accordance with SDGs which is implemented door to door so that information and education are conveyed clearly and directly to the target. The target of this program is mothers who have children who are carrying out e-learning. It is hoped that parents, especially mothers, can increase their knowledge and understanding of the importance of positive assistance and care for children, improve family mental health and have a positive influence, especially in household harmony.

Lutfi Asysyifa’ and team also carried out another program, namely Social Support as an effort to assist the community in dealing with anxiety related to the Covid-19 vaccination. It aims to make the public know how to control themselves to reduce anxiety and provide education for them to overcome the anxiety so that they can think positively. The targets are local residents, especially those who have not get Covid-19 vaccine at Karang Bolong Sub-Village, Bener Village.

At the beginning of Student Community Service activity, Lutfi and her team had carried out activities such as designing Banner of Health Protocols, designing a module on the Implementation of Positive Parenting, distributing masks, participating in the release of Village Leadership Non-Commisioned Officer of Bener Village as well as handing over positions to the new officers and helping the Head of Sub-Village to distribute basic necessities to the residents. (Linda – Public Relations)

Translated by: Titis – Public Relations