We have three main areas of action:
Some long-term survivors are educationally disadvantaged because of the loss of school time during treatment. We work to continue the children's education while they go through treatment at the hospital ward, so they can fulfil their academic potential and are able to return to the right grade level after treatment. Our teachers (both staff and volunteers) provide support for primary and secondary education according to the school curriculum, teaching younger students in groups and older students one-on-one.
We conduct activities known to be beneficial for the well-being of the children and their caregivers, such as yoga, meditation, art therapy, and creative visualisation, with the support of volunteers trained in these skills.
Support through Play and Creative Activities
We have built a dedicated play area at the hospital ward. Volunteers conduct creative activities such as art, craft, pottery, and singing, in addition to the usual educational support.
We conduct birthday parties on the last Saturday of each month, with different activities ranging from singing groups to magic shows. Every child in the ward receives a small goody bag of fun and useful things, and the children whose birthdays were within the month are given special age-appropriate gifts. These events are carefully run to be entertaining for the children and interactive without being too overwhelming or physically demanding.