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Singapore Anglican Community Services provides love to those in need.
707 Yishun Ave 5, Singapore 760707
The Association for Music Therapy (Singapore), AMTS, (UEN T07SS0236E) is the professional association for music therapists in Singapore. AMTS was formally registered with Singapore Registry of Societies on 19 September 2007. AMTS is also an organisational member of the World Federation of Music Therapy since 2009. Our Vision All people to have access to quality Music Therapy Services in Singapore. Our Mission To lead the nation in the progress of Music Therapy as a Regulated Allied Health Profession through education and advocacy. Our History The Association for Music Therapy Singapore (AMTS) was founded on 19 September 2007, with eleven members. They were Audrey Ruyters, Chen Hsueh-Lien, Clara Chong, Daphne Phua, Loi Wei Ming (Treasurer), May Clulee, Melanie Kwan (Secretary), Ng Wang Feng (President), Pamela Fisher, Patsy Tan, and Tan Xueli. During the first decade, the initial task was to educate the Singapore public about music therapy and to clear up misconceptions about the field. AMTS also aimed then, and continues to serve as an organisational agency for music therapists based in Singapore. In 2017, AMTS reached its first decade-milestone, and celebrated with a timeline commemorating this achievement!
The National Council of Social Service (NCSS) has launched a chatbot to encourage mental health sufferers to seek help. It was launched for the first time as part of its “Beyond the Label” campaign. McCann Worldgroup Singapore, which was the creative agency behind the campaign, helped to develop the Facebook Messenger chatbot named “Belle” together with AI technology partner AiChat. It connects youth, adults and seniors to mental health resources and helplines, as well as educate the public with tips on how to interact and support persons with mental health conditions.
About Caregiver Asia CaregiverAsia is an online aggregator of health and caregiving services. Through its award-winning platform, CaregiverAsia has created an online marketplace leveraging on a shared economy of Careseekers and Caregivers. Careseekers can access on-time, trusted and transparent home care services; whilst freelance Caregivers and healthcare professionals can practice independently with full control of their schedules and terms of services. CaregiverAsia also specializes in healthcare recruitment and the placement of healthcare professionals and locums into leading healthcare institutions. For more information, please visit https://www.caregiverasia.com/. CaregiverPlus will provide comprehensive and personalised triage and care management services that will address the complex care and healthcare needs of patients. People who need triage include, amongst others, families who face medical emergencies, patients who have just been discharged from hospitals, Careseekers on subvention referred by Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs) and families facing complicated medical situations. CaregiverAsia is part of The Caregiver Group which is headquartered in Singapore. The Group has a growing international presence in Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea and the United States.
Centre for Fathering is the not-for-profit organisation with Institute of Public Character status registered in 2001 with the aim of Empowering Fathers to Strengthen Families. Our programmes help fathers in all life stages to be effective dads. Each year, the organisation conducts over 150 programmes such as Adventure Camp with Dad, Breakfast with Dad, ICAN workshops and other parenting workshops. Coaching for Fathers Nobody said fathering was easy, and many of today’s fathers did not have much of a role model. It is likely they had fathers who were distant; providing, but not involved. If you want to be a better father than you are now, or to prepare yourself for your fathering journey, where do you begin? Coaching for Fathers is a service that empowers fathers to engage fully, effectively, and responsibly in their children’s lives. We will work on your building relationships with your children that are healthy, nurturing and ongoing. Ultimately, we hope to help dads acquire the skills necessary to move from mediocrity to extraordinary in their role as fathers. Dads do what best coaches do. They nurture, motivate, discipline and love. We believe that you can be that great coach to your children too. Our […]
1 Woodlands Road, #04-03, Singapore 677899
Centre for Fathering is the not-for-profit organisation with Institute of Public Character status registered in 2001 with the aim of Empowering Fathers to Strengthen Families. Our programmes help fathers in all life stages to be effective dads. Each year, the organisation conducts over 150 programmes such as Adventure Camp with Dad, Breakfast with Dad, ICAN workshops and other parenting workshops. ICAN workshops: ICAN stands for Involvement, Consistency, Awareness, and Nurturance. Our ICAN workshops will empower and equip fathers and parents at all life stages to effectively engage, bond, and nurture their children. They are informed by the most recent research on fathering, parenting, and child development. Our trainers are fathers with grown children who understands what fathers are experiencing and are able to empathize with them. A 5-hour workshop for fathers in all life stages. Learn how important fathers are to their child. Learn how to make every engagement with your child Quality Time. Learn how to be an Authoritative Parent. Learn how to build your child’s emotional intelligence. 5-hour instructional, inspiring, and interactive workshop. Fee is S$50 per pax Our address: Dads Adventure Hub 1 Woodlands Road, #04-03, Singapore 677899 Tel +65-67691238
1 Woodlands Road, #04-03, Singapore 677899
Clarity Singapore is a catholic charity that provides services to persons with mental health issues live meaningful lives through support, therapy, acceptance and recovery.
10 Yishun Street 22, Singapore 768579