Federal minister for family affairs franziska giffey (SPD) launched a video series of the family ministry in habfurt. In an interview with gudrun greger, director of the multigenerational house, she praised the actions and commitment of the multigenerational house in the corona crisis.
The rapid change in habfurt's offerings attracted supraregional attention; for example, giffey exchanged views with director gudrun greger at a videoconference. The occasion for the talk was the launch of the federal ministry's video series "colorful and creative – active despite corona.
The minister and mrs. Greger talked about the alternative offers in the multigenerational houses during the corona time. The multigenerational house had to adapt and change its services quickly to cope with the pandemic situation.
The planned action days of the multi-generation houses could not take place at the end of may and new ways were sought to allow actions for all generations to take place anyway. For berlin, habfurt mastered this challenge in an exemplary way, as it hieb.
Greger and giffey talked about the challenges and opportunities of multigenerational homes in these times. In conclusion, it could be stated that the cohesion here on site was and is clearly noticeable and that reliable relationships among the people offer the chance to master even difficult times together.
The talk was recorded and can be seen on the official homepage of the multigenerational house.