“HCFCare” programme helps healthcare professionals to regain inner peace
Invited by the Lee Kum Kee Family Foundation, the Association will conduct a series of online programmes for “HCFCare” to cheer healthcare professionals and their families up, and take care of their mental health.
A team of experienced counsellors from the Association’s Yau Yat Chuen Family Wellness Centre has designed a series of online workshops e.g. breathing exercises, art therapy etc. to help medical staffs manage stress and regain inner peace, so as to enhance family wellness. Moreover, Y SENse, a team specialised in helping children with special educational needs, is aware of the difficulties faced by working parents and therefore turns their experience into interesting materials, e.g. characters dismantle methods and multi-sensory aids, to assist parents to conduct Chinese lessons for their children.
The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 stresses frontline healthcare professionals out. Not only do they bear extra workload, but also worry about being infected with the virus and hence affecting their family members. "HCFCare" programme hopes to release their negative emotions and enhance their wellbeing by providing useful information and events. All programmes will be broadcast on “HCFCare”’s Facebook Page or through Zoom mainly on Wednesdays in September and October. Details of the programmes will also be available soon. Stay tuned for the latest updates!