Group Work

Our programmes are targeted at families, children, youth and parents as well as other specific clientele groups to better meet interpersonal and social needs through workshops, talks and support groups.  Our niche programmes include:
DiscoverHEROES!

Themed workshops held during the school holidays to empower children to be their own heroes by helping them discover their inner strengths and potentials.  Various activities will help to guide them to make the right choices in life.

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FundHEROES!

A financial literacy programme to inspire and strengthen families’ financial management through an experiential, fun and interactive way!

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SuperKIDS!

A support group programme for children from single-parent families to help them cope with changes in the family. Psycho-educational activities raise the children’s understanding and awareness of the changes in family dynamics as well as providing a safe platform for them to bond.

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SuperFESTIVE!

A fun and interactive budgeting workshop for children aged 7 to 14 years old from low income families held during Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Puasa and Deepavali festive seasons.

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SuperME!

A group work programme that focuses on helping participants gain self-awareness and self-growth through experiential activities.

I & Thou My Inner Iceberg
SuperMIND!

An initiative to promote the use of mindfulness-based interventions for clients’ well-being as well as to promote its’ practice in the social service sector.

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SuperMUMS!

A support group work programme for single mothers to address the difficulties they face such as emotional and parenting.  Providing a safe platform, participants are empowered to build up their formal and informal resources and support one another through their journey of single parenthood.

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SuperSENIORS!

A series of fun and interactive activities for seniors to keep them physically, mentally and socially active. The programme in collaboration with stakeholders such as grassroots and social service agencies is projected to be rolled out in the first half of 2021.