Updates to Singapore Children’s Society’s publications
Singapore Children’s Society’s Research and Outreach Centre has put out new editions of its Children’s Social and Emotional Well-being (CSEW) Directory and Parenting Guide on Babies.
The CSEW Directory lists programmes and publications offered by local social service organisations that target children and their caregivers. It aims to help social service practitioners and caregivers get the right kind of help to enhance the well-being of children.
The directory was first launched as a print publication in 2004, and was updated three years later. In 2011, a digital version was created to complement the print publication and to reach out to a wider audience. The refresh to both the digital and print versions brings them up to date on the latest offerings.
The Parenting Guide on Babies was the first of a series of parenting guides put together by Singapore Children's Society in April 2010. It provides parents with tips on how to care for babies from birth to a year old. Topics include ‘My baby won’t stop crying’, ‘My baby chews on everything’ and ‘My baby dislikes baths’. Both the digital and print versions have been updated.
Please be informed that the print and e-Directory have been discontinued from 1 July 2019. For information on programmes in the social service sector, do visit the Social Service Navigator, managed by the National Council of Social Service.