Mcdonalds Launch Campaign to promote Families Mental Well Being


Mcdonalds Campaign

The McDonald's party room at the Lot One mall in Choa Chu Kang will offer a session for parents who want to better assist their children's mental health on three Wednesdays in late July and August.

The fast-food restaurant will host the Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P) session hosted by the non-profit Families for Life.

In support of the Ministry of Social and Family Development's (MSF) Year of Celebrating Singapore Families, this is actually part of the fast-food chain's latest family mental health campaign, which was unveiled on Tuesday (June 28).

The lecture is free, and each of the three sessions will run two hours. This website will allow up to twenty to thirty parents to register their interest in the series.

In September, McDonald's Safra Yishun site will hold the seminar, with more workshop locations planned for later in the year.

MSF reported that over 58 thousand parents had attended the Triple P seminar over the previous seven years, with 85 percent finding it relevant to their parenting requirements.

Three months after finishing the program, parents also reported less troublesome behavior from their kid as well as decreased parental stress, according to MSF.

McDonald's campaign also includes the animated video Always Being There, in addition to the seminar.

The video will be promoted on McDonald's Singapore's social media platforms in an effort to increase awareness of the vital role parents play throughout early childhood, when children may begin to feel anxious.

Minister of State for Social and Family Development Sun Xueling, who was the honored guest during the campaign's debut, praised McDonald's efforts to improve family ties.

"MSF is making a determined effort to collaborate with community partners to increase involvement and activities," she added.

Ms. Sun said that the epidemic has badly impacted children's mental health by interrupting their routines and social relationships.

She continued, "However, there is always a silver lining because it forces us to consider what we can do as a community to promote the family unit."

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