Constant upgrading to better care for the children

When we started our Home, our objective was to see positive changes in the lives of the children who resided with us.

They may come from different backgrounds, but the moment they stepped into Hiichiikok Foundation Home for Children Care they are our children and when they stepped out of the Home they should be better than when they came in. During their orientation, staff of the Home were made to understand that no matter where these children came from they should be treated like the staff’s very own children.

In doing so, we also seek to enhance our professional knowledge and skills. So, when the Altruistic Youth came up with the suggestion to conduct a training for our staff to be better care providers, we grabbed the opportunity.

With the collaboration of HELP University, two renowned experts, Dr Caroline Gomez and Mr Alex Lui shared their knowledge and experience with us. Caroline taught the  participants how to identify and handle children with various learning limitations while Alex shared his years of experience handling children of various personalities residing in Homes. The training session was held recently at The Oak in Ara Damansara. The training also saw the participation of volunteers and staff of other NGOs who share the same vision of being better care provider to the children.

The training helped opened our eyes to signs where the children may need special attention to heal their pain or lessen their emotional baggage. It was indeed a morning well spent and we look forward to more opportunities where our staff could be equipped with better tools to work with the children better.

We would like to thank Altruistic Youth and Ms Marlena Mohamad for organising such a beneficial program; Dr Caroline Gomez; Mr Alex Lui and HELP University for the sharing of their knowledge and HCK Properties for the use of their training room.

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