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It was difficult for the participants to understand the reason for separating parents and children and being grouped into artificial families, and this was the cause of some stress. Also, the adults sometimes seemed to "instruct" the children because they tended to assume a role based on age.

Future Issues

In view of the above reflections and conclusion, the following improvements will be made to the program.

- Make the grouping of participants more flexible by performing it like a game.
- In order to enhance the participants' enthusiasm, do the dance session first.
- Let participants decide their roles (parents' roles, children's roles)
in the groups regardless of their real ages.