The Families for Life Council comprises 13 members and includes a broad mix of representatives from different sectors, backgrounds, races and ages. Read more about the Council members at About Us.
The Council promotes the Families for Life movement in promoting family as a building block of Singapore's society and engages in conversations with families from all walks. The Council aims to develop relevant and exciting programmes to promote the importance of having regular family time to strengthen family bonds and build ‘families for life’ amongst Singaporeans.
The arrival of a baby can unify a family but it can also throw relationships asunder. Setting ground rules, ensuring two-way communication and learning to respect boundaries are just some ways for multi-generational families to navigate misunderstandings and live harmoniously.
Science has shown that bonding with your baby can foster a deeper parent-child relationship and boost baby’s overall wellbeing. What are some ways to achieve this? In this #AskFFL series, parenting expert Dr Shefaly Shorey and new dad Tim Low, share their thoughts and tips.
Dealing with stress can be a real struggle for kids. Teaching them problem-solving strategies can help them lead resilient and empowered lives. In this #AskFFL series, Dr Daniel Fung, head of the Institute of Mental Health, shares his best advice on resilience and mental wellness for families with CNA938FM.
In this #AskFFL interview, FFL Council Chairman Mr Ishak Ismail and FFL Council Member Mrs Sher-Li Torrey discuss the different strategies parents can adopt for successful family bonding.