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Whether at home, in school or perhaps an unfamiliar environment, our children's mental well-being could be stressed to unexpected levels - especially in the early years.
McDonald's, in collaboration with Ministry of Social and Family Development and Families for Life in support of the Year of Celebrating SG Families (YCF), is intent on promoting greater awareness amongst parents looking to support their children's mental wellness and helping these children manage the many stressors that affect them.
A poignant film on what a child today goes through and the support they need from loved ones.
About 85% of parents endorsed the programme as being relevant to their parenting needs. Parents also reported a sustained reduction in both their children’s problematic behaviour scores and parenting stress scores three months after completing the programme. To date, Triple P has been attended by over 58,000 parents.
Sign up for FREE in-person Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) seminars at McDonald’s restaurants here:
Families for Life Parenting is a one-stop parenting information portal for parents-to-be, parents with children aged 0 to 12 years old and caregivers of these children.
You can find a wide range of resources, supported by research and experts on topics ranging from pregnancy to child health, behaviour and language development to help you raise a healthy and resilient child.
For children 0-6 years old
For children 7-12 years old
Families for Life is proud to partner McDonald’s® for the release of Becky Bunny’s Adventures for Life storybooks. Fret not if you have missed the physical storybooks in stores, you can now download the series of four exciting storybooks here! Follow Becky Bunny's adventure as she shares about what it means to show Love, Care & Concern, Commitment and Respect to her family today!
Tags: Child Development /Child Nutrition /Child Education
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