Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs out there. Juggling work, home, school, activities, and your private time can be quite stressful. But help is at hand! The team at Little Steps has found some of the best parenting courses and workshops to help make the wonderful journey of parenthood a little easier. You’ll find courses like positive parenting, effective parenting, and more!
Mindful Space offers a variety of parent and child activities, holiday camps, kids enrichment, and parenting talks from experts worldwide (USA, France, Sweden, etc.). They focus on holistic, inclusive, and play-based activities. Some of their activities include family mangrove kayaking, island cycling, vegan baking, gardening, batik painting, mindfulness, and yoga.
They also offer workshops such as the Safe Conversation For Moms. Mothers will join the Safe Circles Facilitator Yasmin and fellow moms for a safe conversation where you can share your honest stories, thoughts and emotions without fear of judgment. Check out their website for the frequently updated calendar.
Mindful Space, 10 Winstedt Rd, Block A, 02-02, Singapore 227977, www.mindfulspace.com.sg
The Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC) is a non-profit self-help group for the Chinese community. They offer programs and assistance schemes to help the less privileged. They also provide various parenting talks and workshops to equip parents with parenting skills for the holistic development of their school-going children. Topics include Parenting styles; Effective communication skills; Positive disciplinary skills; Standards for being a good student and child; and Parenting with a high Emotional Quotient. Check out their website for the complete list of talks and workshops taking place all year round.
Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC), https://www.cdac.org.sg/empowering-parents/
I Love Children (ILC) is a voluntary welfare organization that educates couples on fertility wellness and parenthood. They strive to be Singapore's one-stop portal for parenting and fertility, offering support to couples with fertility challenges.
I Love Children works with professionals who are experts in fertility, finances, and work-life balance matters to provide clear and factual tips and advice to our audiences.
I Love Children, +65 6385 9668, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://ilovechildren.sg
The National Family Council was founded in 2006. It then was renamed "Families for Life" (FFL) to reflect its evolving approach to connecting with Singaporean families and better mirror the Council's community-driven identity. They offer The Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) for various ages and in Mandarin and English. They also have various marriage workshops on offer.
Families for Life, email@example.com, familiesforlife.sg
TOUCH Community Services is a not-for-profit charity organization in Singapore, which has been officially registered since 1992 and has been a member of the National Council of Social Service since 1994.
They offer a variety of offer parenting programs that deal with the emerging issues faced by children. These parenting courses are for parents with infants, pre-schoolers, primary school children, and teenagers. They are designed to help parents forge better relationships with their children.
TOUCH Community Services, Blk 162 Bukit Merah Central
#05-3545 Singapore 150162, +65 6377 0122, firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent education and empowerment are the most important components toward the successful integration of children with special needs into the community. Rainbow Centre Training & Consultancy (RCTC) coordinates and conducts parent training workshops and programs on various topics related to the management of children with special needs at home and in the community. Check out their website today to see the various courses and workshops on offer!
Rainbow Centre, +65 6475 2072 email@example.com, http://rainbowcentre.org.sg
They organize monthly talks and workshops about respectful and evidence-based approaches to parenting. Their events are open to all parents, alternate caregivers, and people who work with children. They promise that you will walk away feeling refreshed and inspired to make changes in your relationship with your children.
Chapter Zero, www.chapterzero.org
Mums@Work started in 2010 as a career portal in Singapore that offers support to women to find balance in being a working mother. Helping mothers find work-family balance through Flexible Work Arrangements, Mumpreneur Activities, and more. They provide moms with the support, assistance and advice when choosing flexi-time options or when starting a small Mumpreneur business. Membership is free, so make sure you sign up today and register for one of their many workshops.
Mums At Work, www.mumsatwork.net
They believe that being a parent is one of the most exciting and rewarding journeys in life. With our hectic schedules and dynamic local cultures, parenting has never been more challenging. Whether you’re a brand new parent struggling with diapers and sleepless nights or wrestling with your teenager, you could probably use some advice and support based on years of thorough research and experience. Explore their programs, read their thoughts on their blog, and check back regularly for their latest articles.
Focus On The Family Singapore, www.family.org.sg
Mother & Child has supported young families for over 25 years and offers parents a range of prenatal and postnatal services. Offering classes for newly pregnant women to prenatal classes and classes for parents of newborns. They also offer developmental assessments, breastfeeding consultations, and play classes for babies. They offer first aid and CPR classes for mums and babies, couples, and domestic helpers.
Mother & Child, #03-109/110 Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247933, +65 6836 0063, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.motherandchild.com.sg
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