Parent-Child Link

Parent-Child Link

Parent-child link (PCL) programme is one of the many niche initiatives of the FRCS Family Service Centre that focuses on supporting and assisting families with children of ages from 0 to 6 to establish closer bonds through reading and play.

PCL runs under the idea of nurturing relationships and creating steppingstones to enhance and stimulate healthy learning and growth for families with young children.


1. Baby Steps (0 – 3 years old) 2. Books & Bond (4 – 6 years old)
A comprehensive programme that supports parents/caregivers from the birth of their child till the child reaches 3 years old, through parent/caregiver-child bonding activities that include assisted play as well as parenting workshops.  A home-based reading programme for children aged 3 to 6 years old that focuses on the child’s crucial early developmental years through reading to encourage long-term positive, and beneficial impact on the relationship between child and parent/caregiver. This will also support the child in becoming school-ready when he/she enters primary school.
Once in 2 weeks over a period of 12 weeks. Once a week over a period of 10 weeks.
Families under the programme will be paired with our Early Learning Specialist (ELS) who will journey and guide you through the sessions


Join Us as Early Learning Specialist (ELS)!

Our Early Learning Specialists (ELS) are volunteers that we trained to be well-equipped to reach out and engage families through playing and reading at the families’ homes.

Your training will include an understanding of early childhood development and learning as well as issues pertaining to parenting. You will also be trained on strategies and skills to engage parents/caregivers and their child.

As an ELS, your involvement with the family will provide you with a valuable and exciting experience. You will be facilitating and modelling activities that help to encourage positive parent-child bonding.


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