Sengkang FSC is located at Blk 223D Compassvale Walk. It aims to support and strengthen individuals and families residing or employed within Sengkang estate (including Buangkok Crescent and Jalan Kayu) through providing casework and counselling service and support programmes focusing on strengthening families and community bonds.
Available casework and counselling services include financial difficulties, marital counseling, family work, child management issue, and interpersonal relationships.
Sengkang FSC @ Blk 206B is an extension to the main FSC located at Blk 223D. It is established to cater to the increasing community needs of the Sengkang estate.
iPOISE (instilling Potential Opportunity Initiative Self-reliant & E.Q) aims to instill knowledge and skills in families to manage their situations and enhance family bond and emotional connection. The fundamental goal of iPOISE is to instill resilience through adversity and create opportunities when faced with challenges.
iPOISE consists of two sub-components:
Tweens Club @Sengkang (TCS)
T-EDGE Club (TEC)
Junior Rangers (JR)
Support Group and Workshops (Malay)
Support Group and Workshops (Chinese)
Talks and Workshops
Children and Youth Programmes
Tweens Club @ Sengkang (TCS) provides academic coaching and mentoring component to children aged from 10 to 12 years old. Mentoring sessions and activities pertaining to the children’s self-esteem and well-being were planned and executed by the volunteers.
T-Edge Club (TEC) aims to provide a healthy environment for its participants to develop their academic and social abilities. This club is open to lower secondary students.
Junior Rangers (JR) aims to provide issues-based group intervention programmes for children aged from 9 to 12 years old. “Junior Rangers” suggests as “Rangers”, these children will always be exploring and learning new things about their topics of interest.
Signposts. A parenting programme was developed in Australia, Victoria. It aims to help parents prevent and manage their child’s difficult behaviour through strategies such as praise and encouragement; giving positive and negative consequences; and teaching their child new skills. Through this programme, parents get to understand the purposes for their child’s difficult behaviours and learn how to help their children develop appropriate behaviours. This program is targeted at parents with children aged 4 – 12 years old. Each run would consist of 5 weekly sessions conducted on a week-night.